Android Open Source Project (AOSP) builds are mostly useful for emulators, but you can also create builds for Google's Nexus and Pixel devices using AOSP builds and the relevant device-specific binaries. For the list of available builds and targeted devices, see Source code tags and builds.
There are also many SoC reference boards that can run AOSP-based builds. These can help nonmobile component vendors develop and port drivers to Android releases. Using a reference board can ease upgrade efforts, reduce time to market for new Android devices, lower device costs by enabling ODM/OEMs to choose from a wider range of compatible components, and increase the speed of innovation among component suppliers.
The boards listed below are not supported and tested in AOSP. The Board Support Package (BSP) for a reference board may be obtained from the board manufacturer directly.
The DragonBoard 845c is part of the RB3 platform and is available from 96boards.org.
The db845c AOSP wiki provides supporting documentation for AOSP builds on this board.
Qualcomm Robotics Board RB5
The Robotics Board RB5 is available from 96boards.org.
The RB5 AOSP wiki provides supporting documentation for AOSP builds on this board.