It seems that by now, when many have forgotten Ubuntu Edge, asking a question like the one in the title seems silly. However, several users are already talking about it and it seems that currently it is practically impossible or very difficult to get a smartphone with Ubuntu Phone.
This should not be so there are four smartphones with Ubuntu Pĥone, but of these terminals, only one can be obtained and to do so you have to get on a waiting list, if we really want to pay for an expensive mobile, in this case we are talking about getting the Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition.
Yes, apparently the Spanish brand BQ is not selling any of its Ubuntu Edition mobiles, at least in a new way since in its outlet section or through its distributors we can get a unit, but it is not guaranteed since the stock of the terminals has been exhausted.
Although it is difficult to buy an Ubuntu Phone, the market will soon receive new models
The news is important because a mobile ecosystem without mobile phones does not seem to make much sense, but for the most experts on the subject, this is just a coincidence. Meizu is currently expected to release a new terminal based on your Meizu MX6 mobile y BQ is working on a totally new terminal I would have Ubuntu Phone as standard. This time does not mean that Ubuntu Phone is impossible to obtain.
If we really want to have a new mobile with Ubuntu Phone, the best option is UBPorts. UBPorts is a website where we will find custom Ubuntu Phone roms for certain mobiles. Thus, we can install Ubuntu Phone after buying the mobile and even compare Android and Ubuntu Phone performance in the same terminal. In any case, it is still paradoxical that this situation is created, even more so when Canonical is working with companies.