Martin Brook of Jolla just shared a quite interesting photo on Twitter. The shot is of a OnePlus One, running what appears to be Sailfish OS. This is definitely an achievement and puts the OnePlus among a select few devices that area capable of running the OS, besides, of course, Jolla's own tech.
This was achieved by using Sailfish OS's Hardware Adaptation Kit. The same process was employed to get the code running on the Nexus 4, 5 and 7, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4.
The OnePlus One has an established reputation for being widely-loved by all sorts of developers. Running custom software and catering to tinkerers and mod creators is kind of part of its nature. Besides the CyanogenMod ROM, that it comes officially packaged with, the device can run modified versions of Ubuntu Touch, as well as almost every other major Android ROM modification in existence.
So it does make quite a lot of sense to bring Sailfish to the OnePlus One.
Martin also promised that he will share more about interesting project one he gets back from MWC in a few days, so stay tuned for an update.