The Asus ZenFone 6 comes with a rotating camera module that does away with the display notch and means there is no requirement for a front camera, as the main module can simply be rotated to point towards the front when required.

Asus says the camera module housing is extremely durable and the flip mechanism has been tested for 100,000 actuations. It also closes automatically when a drop is detected.

If this still isn't enough to convince you that there's no need to worry about the camera module's durability, watch the video above. Zack from Youtube channel JerryRigEverything demonstrates how much abuse the ZenFone 6, and specifically its camera, can take...and it's a lot.

Be warned though, the video does not make for easy watching. Zack pushes and pulls the rotating module, twists the hinges and even sellotapes various items to it in order to see how much weight the motor can lift.

The good news is that the Asus withstands all the abuse without any issues and motor, gears and the entire flip-mechanism keep working perfectly. In the video, you can also see the display and housing scratched and heated but most of the camera torture happens right at the beginning and from 5:17 in the clip.