Hmmmm, I see the sense of simplifying it by removing the Camera and MP3 player, especially for me, I Never use the camera and I like my little walkman mp3 player NOT being a darn phone.
But, realistically from a business viewpoint. You will have to put them in for it to be seriously considered as a next-gen Cellphone.
The reason is that there is really almost NO difference in cellphone quality. I mean signal strength, sound performance, reliability and such. The technology has become very standardised and cheap.
So, the only real way of standing out from the HUGE amount of competing cellphone Producers is to add as many cool and hopefully useful gadgets to the Phone.
Otherwise, you might as well be a cheap, Prepaid, phone. There isn't any noticable difference my Friend.
This same thing has been going on in the Car indusrty for many years now. look at thier commercials, Car companies try to WOW you with all the cool gadgets they offer because a Honda is just as reliable and well made (engineering wise) as a Mecedes Benz. it is just the luxury seats and electronic gadgetrty that sets them apart now.
So, to stop rambling on and on. I love the style and design of this Baby, but you'll have to redo it with the camera and a USB port if you really want to sell her