It is really quite short-sighted of Leap to be failing to support as many platforms as possible. The hardware is useless if you can't use it beyond the lifetime of the x86 hegemony.
Linux runs on more than just x86, folks. Its just a build or two away to support as many platforms as possible. If you don't want to pay for the work, let us .. in the community, from which your Linux compatibility is derived, fix the problem. Either open source, or establish a trusted chain to port from, and let the release engineers off their chains so they can focus on forward-features for your Product.
BTW, its not too far-fetched to emulate x86 on ARM. Sooner or later, it won't matter .. but it sure would be nice if the so-called 'progressive device makers' embraced the spirit of the platforms for which they claim support.. open-sourcing the driver for Leap might make a huge difference about whether people actually use the things, and keep your plaftorm alive.
For what is worth, if the sources were available I'm sure we'd be using Leaps with pretty much everything we possibly could. Its just that I want to give up x86, personally.. and closed-ness as well.