Another phone test, though not so fun.
Fun phone test, Jeff. I was looking to see if you listed Blackberry Z10, which does not have a physical keyboard and was their last stab at catching up with the rest of the smartphone market before they cratered and headed into their current incarnation.
I have this phone only because it was a give-away to all at the Z10 launch event in NY -- was that two years ago already? It was better than the company-issue Blackberry Torch I had at the time, so I had the company provision it BYOD style. It's still kicking, and it's more than enough phone for checking email, casual Web browsing and limited use of apps. I even love the virtual keyboard that suggests entire words as you type. I can write complete sentences with a handful of taps and swipes.
This Z10 recently passed a different kind of test when it fell out of my bag at Newark Airport on my way out to San Francisco. I made do with Skype while on that trip, and upon my return I checked at the United Airlines lost-and-found desk at Newark and, sure enough, they had my phone. What are the odds an iPhone would have shown up in the lost and found? Even a 4s would have been gone in a hearbeat. Sometimes it pays to have an offbeat, unpopular product.
Main Attraction: Free.
What it says about you: Your retirement and your kid's college education are both well funded.