There is occasionally a small square frypan with teflon non-stick for sale
here in Oz supermarkets that also has raised 'griddle' bumps lengthwise across it, so it's good for 'grilling' steaks or dry roasting as the oil
and juices drain away somewhat, which they don't in a flat-floored frypan of any stripe.
A few guys I know have the square pan because it fits better on a smaller stove, especially those with fiddles around them, so you can use the other burner(s) at the same time (without having to remove the fiddles first).
The flat-floored square pan is good for egg and bacon brekkies.....