'82 GL500 '83 GL650 '21 RoyalEnfield INT650
I had a fantastic non-smartphone Nokia in Japan with an excellent camera. When my wife left Japan, she turned it in for "recycling." We got it because it was bi-lingual with an English operating system. We thought it would be refurbished and sold as used. But they put it in a claw tool that clamped down and pieced it, rendering it useless. If we would have known that was what they were going to do, I would have kept it just for the camera!Thing I found is you get addicted to carrying ones phone , (my job now requires it, ugh) but that is also a good thing as I use the camera on it alot more than my expenisive camera. I wish the companys that make the smart phones would stop updating the blanking things, just get it working the way I want it to and the next update screws it all up again. Now if i could find a flip phone with a excellent camera and drop proof i would be much happier.
I don't find I am addicted to the phone any more than I am my watch. It is just a tool like the Gerber multi-tool on my belt or the Spyderco clipped to my pocket.