A binary with read-only relocation (RELRO) simply has a read-only GOT and PLT (well, you can have partial RELRO with a writeable PLT, but it’s a bit useless). On Linux, this require immediate bindings (resolution of the symbols at startup), but on OpenBSD, it’s possible to have lazy-bindings and RELRO.
Ubuntu used partial RELRO with all packages since Intrepid Ibex (8.1) in October 2008, had full RELRO for certain packages in Karmic Koala (9.10) in October 2009, and switched from an allow list to an exception list in Xenial Xerus (16.04) in 2015.
As of 2019, a couple of architectures (hppa, sparc, alpha, …) don’t have the
PLT as read-only, according to
git grep -E 'elf_backend_plt_readonly\s+0' openbsd/src.