It seems that at the moment, a lot of different Mobile Phones that are able to run Debian or another Linux Os are being released (e.g. Librem5, Pine Phone, Cosmo Communicator and Others). Also, in principle Android Mobiles that can use another Os like LineageOs might also be able to run a more pure Linux like Debian or PureOs…
So, my question is, in the spirit of Open Source, is PureOs for mobile developed in a way so that it can also run on other phones than Librem5? The PureOs Webpage has (at least at this stage, is this intended to change?) no mention of how to Install PureOs on a mobile, which could give the (false?) impress that it is not intended to be installed by users on their free Linux Mobile but that that is only comes preinstalled by the user.
In a more general perspective, given that according to the librem5 update news, a lot (most?) of the effort in Librem 5 has been put into the software. So would it be in the interest of Purism to also let other phone Hardware use their Purism mobile (or st Leser making it easy for them? I do not see any documentation on how to port PureOs to other Phones, may be I am missing something?).
In the spirit of Open Source i would hope that PureOs is indeed available for all Phones, actively making it the Android of the future, at least for Secure conscious users, thereby giving it huge visibility/awareness and then build upon it with the purism communication services and then, on top, the optional possibility to use their librem5 hardware when you are willing to go that extra mileage.
However, I do not see any such communication, all communication looks like if librem5 and PureOs Mobile are only available (at least st the moment, may be there are future plans) as a bundle (ok, i See the faq that Librem5 can use other os, but how about other mobile phones using PureOs?).
An official answer from Purism would be highly appreciated.
All the best