All I can say is that Orange Pi (Shenzhen Xunlong Software Co., Ltd) is becoming a true contender for the Rasp Pi market. They are much faster than Raspberry Pi Ltd in R&D. I’ve saw good comparative reviews saying “forget Rasp Pi” favoring them.
Most of their hardware support Ubuntu / Debian, as Xojo. Just read carefully before choosing one.
I have used many Orange Pi models, their really great.
And the best ones greatly outperform the best Raspberry PI’s.
If you need Wiring Pi for them then here is link:
I have had good success with using GPIO on them.
Note there is one better model than the one you linked to, the Orange Pi 5 Plus I would say is the most interesting one at the moment. (The 5 plus a Variant of 5, the 5 Plus has 2x 2,5 Gb Ehternet and full size NVME slot. While Orange Pi 5 as 1x 1 Gb Ethernet and not full size NVME making it more expensive and fewer options to get NVME drive for it)', 5 Plus also has two HDMI out and one HDMI in.
You need to get large heat sink and or active cooling for both Orange Pi 5 and 5 Plus.
And for any Orange PI model then Armbian is the way to go since Orange Pi is good at making hardware but their OS is really really really bad.