The quest for the ideal all-display, high screen-to-body ratio smartphone continues as phone makers introduce smaller notches, feature in-screen punch-hole cameras, pop-up cameras, and so on. ASUS's tagline for its recently unveiled ZenFone 6 is "Defy Ordinary", and fortunately enough, the phone's camera system did just that. Almost similar to what Samsung did with the Galaxy A80 but instead, the ZenFone 6 eliminates the need of a slider and flips up its rear 48MP main + 13MP ultra-wide camera module so that it could also function as a front shooter. Ultra-wide angle selfies? Heck yes. I got to admit; a flip-out camera that's reminiscent of a switchblade is way cooler than a motorised pop-up one. Specification-wise, ASUS' latest features a Snapdragon 855 processor, and a generous 5,000mAh battery capacity. The ZenFone 6 comes in variant of 6GB/64GB for €499 (~MYR 2,660) and 8GB/246GB for €599 (~MYR 3,200). Local Malaysian pricing and availability has not been announced just yet.