I can confirm the problem is caused by the kernel. The newest 5.3 also leads to frequent system freezes on an ASUS UX305. The LTS kernel did, however, not work for me. The special keyboard keys (e.g. volume or brightness) didn't work. Installing 5.2.20 solved the problem.
sudo eopkg it https://mirrors.rit.edu/solus/packages/shannon/l/linux-current/linux-current-headers-5.2.20-130-1-x86_64.eopkg
Don't forget to switch to this kernel with clr-boot-manager or by hitting space during boot (for UEFI boot).
You'd be then faced with the "problem" that the system wants to upgrade the kernel, which you'd need to avoid. Manually unselect the kernel in the GUI when upgrading or upgrade using
sudo eopkg up -x linux-current