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Expect the ASUS ZenFone 5 to drop in March

With the ASUS ZenFone 4 line barely out of ASUS’s stable, the company is already looking forward to the next generation, as told by its CEO Jerry Shen. The company just officially launched its ZenFone 4 line in Europe and the ZenFone 5 might cut into the time the current generation spends on the market. However, March seems to be the target for the company. Now whether this will make its way here, we can’t say. But with the company expanding to other markets, like it’s doing in Europe, we won’t be surprised if they bring the next generation device here.

Shen says their company has supposedly been gaining momentum with their ZenFone 3 devices in France, Italy, Spain, and Russia, and they expect this to continue with the ZenFone 4. Shen is confident that they could return to profitability in the fourth quarter. Turnover of flagships by tech companies these days have always been at a really fast pace and this is just a reminder of that.

Source: PocketNow

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