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Feedback: The perfect phone

The response to my perfect phone piece in Crave was immense, but one person sent in a re-designed version that was so good I had to post it up here for everyone to see it properly

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The other day in Crave I wrote about what I think would make a perfect phone and the response was immense. There were people who loved it and people who hated it, but one person, going by the name Tehniobium, sent in a re-designed version of the DUB phone that was so good I had to post it up here for everyone to see it properly.

DUB 1.1 phone by niodesign.com

If you have any designs you think can beat what we came up with, then I'd love to hear about it. Please send them to crave@cnet.co.uk.