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Using Your RAZR as a Mirror

This was so painfully obvious, I wondered why I had never heard the idea before: You can turn your RAZR cell phone into a mirror. Just hit the camera button like you were going to take a picture, then close the phone. The camera is still active, and you can point it at yourself and see your face on the outside display screen. This "mirror" isn't that useful for applying your makeup, but it's not bad for fixing your hair before talking to the ladies!
Posted by PU on Thursday, August 23, 2007 at 5:39 PM Post a Comment


Blogger Stan said...

You can do the same with LG8100 and LG8300 phones as well (at the very least), but instead of closing the phone, you hold the camera button on the side while the phone is closed. Same thing basically.

9:45 PM  

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