John’s Phone by John Doe Amsterdam

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Phones these days are multifaceted devices of function that supply the needs to those who don’t want the unnecessary task of buying a separate camera, Ipod or GPS. Yet, these techy accessories take away from the aesthetic of what a cell phone once was not so long ago – a simple device to make calls. Say hello to John’s Phone, the world’s simplest cell phone. There’s no texting, no ring-tones and no camera; just calling. Designer John Doe created a sleek, stylish phone to be as simple as possible yet beautiful. It works for three weeks with one single charge and even has these cool hello and bye buttons.

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