So, I did go and buy myself the Moto G5 Plus. $350 from Good Guys, on special.
May I carry on about the amazing abilities of smartphones, again, and how everyone should be in awe every day they use one?
Given this phone apparently has a gyro and accelerometer sensors, I have been telling my kids that if only I could plug it into a rocket, I suspect it could navigate me to the Moon and back. (I also have a fantasy that it will be stolen by an alien trying to repair its defective flying saucer.)
Anyway, all looking good so far, but setting up stuff on it reminds me again about what a problem it is keeping track of multiple account passwords these days. I've not found the best solution for this. Sure, it's convenient setting everything up to remember passwords, but when you need to type them in again somewhere else a year later...
I do like the way Yahoo mail can be set to log in on a computer by answering a message on your phone confirming that you are trying to log in. I now occasionally get notification this way of attempted log ins from funny parts of the world (I think it has happened 3 times in the past 6 months.) That's sort of a worry on the one hand, but on the other, it feels good to know you've defeated an attempt from somewhere.