What do you think about smart cameras?
Wi-Fi could be very applicable to me. I find myself transferring my travel photos to my iPhone and iPad very often, and since I'm not sure about Eye-Fi compatibility with my camera (different sources say different stuff), it takes way too many steps to be considered convenient.
The Galaxy NX in particular seems like a very promising camera in desparate need of a price cut. It's a tiny body in disguise: don't let the generously-sized grip and top-mounted EVF fool you - it's a small camera. If you look at it from the bottom, for example, you'll see how thin it is, and according to reviews, it feels very premium and solid without being heavy.
$1,500 can net you a Nkon D7100 with a longer kit lens (18-105, as opposed to 18-55) - possibly the best cropped-sensor DSLR, beating every mirrorless camera from a pure image quality standpoint. $1,099 will get you a Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 + 14-42mm kit, one of the best mirrorless cameras on the market paired with a superior lens to Samsung's and basically every other kit lens, while also being more than modestly connected. Even Samsung's own NX300 performs pretty much as well as the Galaxy NX does, yet omits the Android platform for a wireless connectivity option that's second only to Android, and also neglects the EVF, but in a fraction of the price - around a third, in fact.