Sometimes, over dinner, I watch some videos on my Nokia Lumia 920. Just yesterday in fact my housemate was shocked to realise the sound was coming from the 920 and not a separate speaker due to its clarity.
Anyway, the point is, before I received my flip case (I’ll share some pics at another time) It was hard to watch videos hands free (well I still had to lean it against a glass).
Nokia Russia has uploaded this really useful video that shows some household objects can turn into a very simple phone case. I tried the card trick before and that one works really well (it has to be a plastic card, not a card from business cards). That bulldog clip is neat too (a variation on Ali’s quadpod bulldog clip trick).
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