Lollipop update gave RAW images to Android phones. Also full manual control is now on most good smartphones. So interchangeable lenses are basicly the only missing thing.
What about AI servo focus that is able to track focus on moving subjects?
What about the ability to zoom in to fill the frame with a far-away subject (optically, not digitally)?
What about the ability to manually select any of a number of focus points from different parts of the frame?
What about having an image be taken the instant you press the shutter button? I mean that the photo is captured with no perceptible lag time whatsoever.
What about the ability to fire off 10 RAW frames per second?
What about the ability to look thru an optical viewfinder?
All of the things I just asked about are absolutely essential parts of my photography, with the possible exception of the optical viewfinder. If all of these things can be done with a cell phone camera, then great - I will hop aboard the bandwagon! But I would be surprised if what you said - that the only thing missing are interchangeable lenses - is even close to being true. Then again, I don't know much of anything about cell phone cameras......perhaps they are far more advanced than I realize. But to me, they seem as crippling and limited as the current crop of mirrorless cameras, which are close to worthless for what I shoot and the way I shoot it.
So, my question is:
If I can't get the images you want with an advanced, top-of-the-line mirrorless camera system, then how in heck am I going to be able to get the images I want with a cell phone camera?