It's the inevitable thing in photographic life: you do it for fun or you do it for business or, even, you do it because it seems a good idea at the time.
I've taken lots of pix with my Samsung Galaxy (even devoted much time and a slot to it on my website), and the better they eventually turn out to be the more I resent not having shot them with a real camera. But, at the same time, I realise that I simply won't be carrying a camera around with me unless there's a preconceived purpose. I never have.
So what's the solution? Don't take the pix or carry on regardles of ultimate disappointment at jpeg and format?
But, I think things have reached a point where they might change. And price also becomes a consideration. My previous cellphones were small, inexpensive and handy devices that fitted seamlessly into my daily life. Not so the Samsung, and if these items get even larger, they will also become self-defeating because their real purpose will have been over-developed to the point of competing with other bits of gear more suited to purpose... another entry into the circle of rise and fall?