ASUS's ZenFone line may not be popular stateside, but that's not the case in overseas markets.
Unfortunately, it looks like the ZenFone phones may soon have to be completely rebranded in India. This is thanks to a lawsuit made by Telecare Network, which owns the trademarks "ZEN" and "ZENMOBILE" in the country.
Telecare Network claimed that it had been using "ZEN" and "ZENMOBILE" in its product branding since 2008, and that ASUS's "ZenFone" name, introduced to the Indian market in 2014, is identical or deceptively similar to those trademarks. This was compounded by the fact that both brands sell similar devices at similar price points.
Read the full article at: Android Police
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