When / if my phone dies I'll look at another.
And likely, from what I see, I'll end up with some unknown-Chinese brand thing that has everything I need and just runs Android.
If it appears on the LineageOS compatibility lists, even better.
Chances are that even Samsung (whose products I have historically ended up buying after a process or elimination without any conscious bias towards their brand) are no good to me any more. Too much focus on "tiny, tiny, look what we can fit on the head of a pin" rather than "hey, here's a phone that you can make good use of".
Yet, like with DVD players etc. many years ago, the cheap Chinese stuff does everything without losing all the functionality and STILL looks the same and is the same kind of size as the expensive gear from the famous brands. Oh, and let's you do things like play all regions and skip UOPS.
I can't fathom what they think they are up to at the moment. Make a "Showoff" range and a "Worker" range and a "Home" range and put the fecking connectors and batteries and stuff back into the latter.
If you're gonna make me pay ridiculous money, make it last for me. That means removeable batteries etc. If you're going for cheap-and-cheerful I may suffer such restrictions.