If I had it my way, my iPhone would function as my de facto tablet -- a super-powerful device I keep stashed in my backpack that I'm not nervously checking 15 times an hour, or accidentally dropping on the sidewalk and shattering into 50 pieces. And in my pocket? A sturdy, sexy flip phone that keeps me connected and doesn't run out of battery in half a day.
If you take the good ole Motorola RAZR from the days of yore and throw in a dash of today's technological prowess, what do you get? A phone that does everything you need it to do -- call, text, and take great photos. If they can find a way to pack it with enough storage for some music or podcasts, or have it connect to the cloud, I'd be golden. I would not, however, be a slave to mobile email any longer, and rather than keep my nose down staring at a screen to check Instagram or Twitter every five minutes, I might actually notice the world around me a bit more.