Which smartphone feature could you not live without?

  PC Advisor 16:30 PM 09 Nov 12
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We want to know what your favourite smartphone feature is.

Let us know in our poll.

Poll: Which smartphone feature could you not live without?

  Quickbeam 16:31 PM 09 Nov 12

The ability to make calls...

  Quickbeam 16:33 PM 09 Nov 12

MP3 music and audiobook playing comes a close second though:)

  davidcourt 16:41 PM 09 Nov 12

Apologies to Quickbeam, but I have now removed the 'Phone calls' option.

I didn't really think that one through properly - it would have been a very one-sided poll if I hadn't done so.

Luckily it only had one vote when I removed it.

Carry on everyone.

  Aitchbee 16:42 PM 09 Nov 12

The reassuring feeling that it's still in your pocket.

  Quickbeam 16:59 PM 09 Nov 12

And my OS my memory maps for when out and about.

Can I have my vote reallocated to maps?

  davidcourt 17:22 PM 09 Nov 12

Sure, I'll vote for it and you can have my vote. Deal?

  Picklefactory 17:24 PM 09 Nov 12

I went with organiser, my memory is appalling, especially for dates, birthdays and social events planned... I forget the lot, so my phone is my memory for things to do and places to be.

  Woolwell 17:31 PM 09 Nov 12

The survey doesn't greatly differentiate between a standard mobile phone and a smartphone. Text messaging is probably a high priority on any mobile but the ability to have e-mail, pim and ease of sync and other feature eg GPS are important in a smartphone. I can live without all of them. Some are more important than others. What about multi-media messaging?

  morddwyd 19:13 PM 09 Nov 12

"The survey doesn't greatly differentiate between a standard mobile phone and a smartphone. "

Of course it does.

It only mentions smartphones.

If you don't have one, don't take part.

How easy is that to "differentiate"?

  Quickbeam 19:20 PM 09 Nov 12

It all depends how smart you are...

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