It all depends on what your needs and constraints are ...
If portability and ease of use - mobile phones win any day
To take good photographs of a similar quality / output ... you will need some skill, a camera and probably a professional lens too (which ads to the cost
given that a DSLR gives you absolute control over every small function/setting you will be able to fully control the final image / output.
A phone camera does a lot of processing automatically and also provides functions to create fake Bokeh for a wow factor. But do be aware that a DSLR like quality may never be possible may not be possible ( as effects like Bokeh is naturally formed by optics in DSLr and amount is dependent on aperture and distance from focus point) This kind of automation is where phone camera fail, as any one with a keen eye will notice that the effectus are applied and do not look natural along the edges ar in some tricky regions which the phone cameras do not recognise.