I'm a little ashamed to admit it, but for a long time, I was carrying around a cell phone from the Bush administration. (No, not that Bush administration). It was a Samsung flip-phone, and I became attached to it for a variety of reasons, the main one being that even a moron could operate it. I am not suggesting I'm a moron, but when it comes to electronic devices, I'm missing the techie gene.
Basically, it was a phone that satisfied my two basic needs: making and receiving phone calls. I felt secure knowing that when I heard the chirpy little ring, all I had to do was flip the top and make contact with the person on the other end. I was content. I was happy. It doesn't take much to please me. I don't need all the glitzy gimmicks.