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Video: TechRadar takes on American Psycho. With smartphones…

When we’re not chained to our desks writing opus-length phone reviews or pounding the streets sniffing out news, here at TechRadar sometimes we like to kick back and rip off much-loved scenes in successful movies, geek-style.So forget everything you ever knew about American Psycho because business cards are out and smartphones are in. But what smartphone is the equivalent of Patrick Bateman’s new bone-shaded print job? Which can equate to eggshell with Romalian type? What phone can possibly exemplify the scene-shattering watermark of Paul Allen’s subtle off-white business card?

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When we’re not chained to our desks writing opus-length phone reviews or pounding the streets sniffing out news, here at TechRadar sometimes we like to kick back and rip off much-loved scenes in successful movies, geek-style.So forget everything you ever knew about American Psycho because business cards are out and smartphones are in. But what smartphone is the equivalent of Patrick Bateman’s new bone-shaded print job? Which can equate to eggshell with Romalian type? What phone can possibly exemplify the scene-shattering watermark of Paul Allen’s subtle off-white business card?

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