Thought it was going to get banned like Aliyun because of the stories below.
Anyone know if Jolla phones are banned from being made by the Android OEMs because they're using a third party jvm for compatibility?
Yes, the terms of the OHA prohibit OEMs that ship Android phones from making "Android compatible" phones.
But Oppo is shipping an Android phone, so it's not an issue. If Oppo were to ship an Aliyun phone or a Jolla phone, they too will get a phone call reminding them of their legal commitment to not make a phone that does not run Android but can run Android apps. (So you can make a phone running your own OS, as long as it does NOT run Android apps).
Yes, it's CyanogenMod, but it's still Android in the end. That's perfectly allowed. In fact, Cyanogen is the only one allowed to distribute Gapps outside of Google.
Though, this makes the Blackberry announcement interesting - since Foxconn makes a lot of Android phones for others - are they going to be harassed for making Blackberry phones since those can run Android apps that are not Android?