By Nicole Brewer

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — These days, our smartphones can do it all.

“Track my sleep, track my workouts,” said David Dahan of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

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“I use it a lot for mobile banking,” added Megan Killea of Philadelphia.

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“Snapchat,” laughed Alicia Dyson of North Philly.

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Gone are the days when phones are used to simply talk or text. But, what if we could go back to just that?

“Disconnect for a while, stress-free,” said Patrice White.

Christina Colon of Brooklyn, New York wasn’t so sure. “I don’t think I’d be able to function going back,” she said.

As Apple and Android release $1,000 smartphones, with more features than ever, could dumbphones be the next big seller?

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The $150 Light phone, which only makes and takes calls, transfers them straight from your smartphone, giving you a break from technology.

The $295 Punkt phone lets you talk, text, set alarms and use a calendar.

Nokia has also launched a “back to basics” version of its mobile device, citing durability and battery life as reasons to buy.

“I think there’s a lot to be said for a product that makes you nostalgic,” said Darren Zygadlo, creator of

He has reviewed thousands of products, including top of the line smartphones.

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“We’ve hit a point where we can pretty much do everything with these phones and I think some people are finding themselves saying, ‘What do I need all that for?’”

Having evaluated the Punkt model, he says stripped down cell phones could be the next trend.

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“I think some will gravitate to dumpphones because they want simplicity. They want their lives back.”