Of course the OEM's won't tell you. The tribologists on here can tell you which elements that show up on spectrometry are the antiwear elements. I don't think the zinc and phos went to zero - they are just regulated low enough not to poison the DPF and SCR.
But I do know when the API CK-4 standard came out to restrict harmful emissions control elements, the first oils had less antiwear capability than the previous API CJ oils - according to Ford, who published about this and required oils that met their antiwear standardhttps://parts.ford.com/content/dam/..._Motor_Oils_Meeting_Ford_WSSM2c171F1.pdf
Some of the OEM's reformulated their CK-4 oils and passed the Ford spec. They are on the list above. Shell Rotella was one such supplier. The history is out there - google it.