Windows Phone 8.1 concept ticks all the boxed, but adds confusion, clutter

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Reader James have taken it on himself to redesign Windows Phone 8, adding back much of the features which users have been demanding for some years now.

His concept, which can be seen in full in an infographic after the break, modifies the user interface of the lock screen, browser, app switching screen, adds shortcuts to quick settings and add those old chestnuts, a notification centre and multiple volume controls.

This is all however at the expense of adding extra buttons, more onscreen controls and swipes from multiple directions which is rather reminiscent of Blackberry 10 OS, rather than the sweet and simple Windows Phone we have become accustomed to.

See James’s idea after the break and let us know if you think the added functionality is worth the price.

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Thanks James for the tip.


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