Rom Feria over at Tech Without Wires points to a UK study that suggests smartphones, such as the Nokia N95 pictured here, aren't necessary. The study suggests brits use voice calling and SMS more than they use the advanced features.
I myself make heavy use of the secondary features of my Nokia N95, however I realize that I am not in the majority. Most everyone I know outside of people I work with are voice only users with some SMS. However, Smartphones are clearly not for people that just want voice and SMS. However, I can't imagine my life without a Smartphone. What's your take?