It's pretty cool that smartphones today come with high megapixel cameras, and the Evo 4G's 8 MP 720p camera is no exception. But the way it protrudes from the back of the device is a headache in the making. Even if you don't review Android phones for a living and drag them across a stone table all day long (ahem), there's a good chance you'll scratch or even break the protective glass over the actual lens. Android Central forum member rem_kujawa shows us a cheap and effective solution he found on YouTube using scrap from your local bog box store. Check the video after the break. [YouTube via Android Central Forums]
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