I read the DXO Mark article about camphones vs DSLRs, and I went over the B&H list of Best P&S of 2019. The one thing that still seperates phone images from quality DSLR images is the quality and control of premium optics - I love portrait mode on my iPhone, but it does not compare to what I can create with a 105mm f1.4 optic on FF body. But many times I prefer carrying the more limited weight of my iPhone just the same
In the B&H list of P&S they included a vast array of camera in price AND size. The Sony RX 10 MK IV is listed as an excellent point and shoot non interchangeable lens camera. I own two of them - well, one is my spouses - but I find I rarely love them - they are larger than a 90D and heavier than my EOS R body. The optics are very good, but don't match my long Canon primes, and the Sony RX 10 Mk IV will never fit in my coat pocket which I stated was one of my defining requirements in a P&S.
Another camera listed in B&H's list was the Canon G3X - a nice little camera with a 1" sensor and a very long 24-600 equivalent zoom range. But it is BIGGER than my 32.5 MPxl Canon M6 Mk II - I just checked - so the Canon M6 II with 32.5 Mpxl and dual pixel AF is noticeably smaller than the G3X. Maybe that's why I find I rarely use my G3X. Instead, I grab my M6 II and run with that.
The Leica Q2 is interesting, and if I was willing to only use one focal length might be appealing but the price does put me off.
One camera that I didn't see mentioned by B&H that does intrique me, and I suspect might be great for riding around the world, is the Olympus Tough TG-6 water proof camera
Ultimately, what tool a craftsmen chooses to use depends, to a great deal, on exactly what the craftsman wants to create. The tool is dictated by the task. So many tools, so little time!