Below you'll find a list of the currently available native pure-Linux (non-Android) mobile devices, listed primarily by category and secondarily in alphabetical order.

If instead you were looking for already existing/consumer smartphones that can run Linux, have a look at Can My Phone Run Linux?

Smartphones and tablet PCs

FXTec Pro1-X [$$]

A high-end Linux/Android smartphone, brought by the collaboration of FXTec and XDA Developers

Released: TBD
Price: €718+
Specs: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 MSM8998, 6/128GB, 4G modem, 3200mAh battery
OS: PureOS, postmarketOS

Librem 5 [$$$]

Arguably the first modern Linux smartphone.

Released: September 2019
Price: $650/$700
Specs: i.MX8 SoC (4xA53), 3/32GB, 4G modem, 3500mAh battery
OS: PureOS, postmarketOS

Necunos [$$$$]

Technically not a phone, as it contains no modem; rather a PDA. Made in Finland

Released: ?
Price: $1360/€1200
Specs: ?
OS: Debian, postmarketOS, Maemo, Nemo, LuneOS

PinePhone [$]

An entry-level, extremely popular Linux smartphone with a wide range of supported software. The must-have Linux phone for mobile FOSS hackers in 2020/2021.

Released: November 2019
Price: $149+
Specs: Allwinner A64 (4xA53), 2/3GB RAM, 16/32GB ROM, 5Mp camera, 4G modem, ~3000mAh battery
OS: postmarketOS, Debian, Ubuntu Touch, Maemo Leste, LuneOS

PineTab [$]

Source

Entry-level Linux tablet, with similar hardware configuration to the PinePhone and no modem.

Released: June 2020
Price: $99+
Specs: Allwinner A64 (4xA53), 2/16-64GB, 5Mp camera, 6000mAh battery
OS: postmarketOS, Debian, Ubuntu Touch, Maemo Leste, LuneOS

PineCom [$]

Entry-level Linux PDA, with similar hardware configuration to the PinePhone and no modem.

Released: TBD
Price: TBD
Specs: Allwinner A64 (4xA53), 2/16GB, 5Mp camera, ~2500mAh battery?
OS: postmarketOS, Debian, Ubuntu Touch, Maemo Leste, LuneOS

Precursor [$$$]

A RISC-V, open-hardware PDA aimed specifically at (low-level) software developers, inspired by early-2000s PDAs and created by hardware hacker Sutajio Kosagi.

Released: TBD
Price: $512+
Specs: Xilinx XC7S50 ("Spartan-7", 464MHz) + iCE40UP5K FPGA, 128MB/16MB, monochrome LCD display
OS: postmarketOS, Debian, Ubuntu Touch, Maemo Leste, LuneOS

Privecall TX / Proteus Device [?]

Source

Not a smartphone (no modem) but rather a handheld/PDA aimed mostly at development and testing. Highly privacy-oriented, and very similar to Necunos (see above). Made in Helsinki, Finland. Their wiki contains some more information on the device. Very similar to the Necunos NC-1 above, so it might be very similar, if not the same device.

Released: TBD
Price: TBD
Specs: i.MX6, 1GB/8GB, Ethernet port, 3500mAh battery
OS: PriveOS, likely Debian-based

Volla Phone [$$]

Probably the most traditional (half) native Linux phone, Volla comes in Android and Ubuntu Touch variants and has established an official partnership with the Ubports Foundation for better Linux support. However, due to the closed nature of the Mediatek Helio SoCs, pure "mainline" Linux may never be supported.

Released: October 2020
Price: €359
Specs: MediaTek Helio P23, 4GB/64GB, 5000mAh battery
OS: Android, Ubuntu Touch, Sailfish OS (still pre-alpha)

Older and discontinued devices

These devices are not available on the market anymore.

Bq E4.5/E5/E10

These devices came with Ubuntu Touch by default as an option, and are still officially supported by UBPorts.

Released: 2012/2013
OS: Ubuntu Touch

Other older and discontinued devices

2001 IBM WatchPad

You can take a look at LinuxDevices.org for an extensive archive of mostly older Linux phones, PDAs, tablets, wearables and more.