My Nokia 808 is starting to show its age and is in need for a replacement. My plan was to buy an LG G4, which seems to be the camera phone to have at the moment, but on the other hand I'm tired of buying expensive mobile devices that are designed to fall apart within a couple of years. So here's another idea:
Why not buy a cheaper, like in $100-200 cheap (I actually have one already that I use with SIM cards in other countries), Android phone that will also last for 2 years and connect it with this device when good image quality is needed:
Air A01 Smartphone Camera | Olympus
Then I get image quality like with an E-M1 when needed, can use whatever lens I choose, including adapted lenses with a Speed Booster, lenses that can be shared with my D810. It's just 147 grams and the size of a small lens, so can be taken anywhere. A good idea?