@ddabrahim said in Will there be any official ports to Chinese devices?:
I mean would you really flash a Google Pixel cost 600 USD? I like Ubuntu and Linux, but not that much.
That is a very good point actually. Going with that, then Ubuntu Touch would only get any traction on such flag ship devices in the tail end of their support window, by which time they would no longer be flagship devices.
While I understand the reasoning behind your call for porting to these no-name Chinese brands. I guess a huge part of the difficulty presented would be exactly the fact that they are no-name. Their availability would be limited among developers here, and there would probably not be any android source trees to start the porting from. The fact that they mostly run older versions of Android might also prove problematic, as older versions run on correspondingly older kernels, which in turn might lack necessary functionality for UTouch to work.
Now, if this project were to catch on in China proper, on the other hand!
EDIT: @advocatux beat me to an answer :)