Samsung's flagships have been using optical image stabilization since 2015, now even the cheaper Android phones have it standard. I messed up the sensors on an S6 and an S8 using a Ram X-grip before I realized what was going on, I really just thought they were getting old, worn out, succumbing to planned obsolescence. Both are still capable of taking a quality image, but the focus and stabilization is rough and unreliable, you can sometimes feel the mechanism moving/struggling when you're holding the phone and open the camera app. I think the factory nav cradle should be safe for my new phone, but I still avoid using it unless I really need the map to supplement the turn-by-turn. I've considered just downloading the maps to an old phone over wifi and using it as a permanent nav screen since a network connection is not required while riding, but I like having the app on my main phone for reviewing ride data occasionally, and obviously leaving a phone out in the sun or out in public isn't going to work for long.