Samsung just released the source for three new phones to its Open Source Developer Center. The Source Code for three devices in question are the Stratosphere on Verizon, the Transfix on Cricket Wireless, and the still-unreleased Galaxy Y Pro and more all before they’ve even been officially launched.
These three phones aren’t powerhouses by any stretch of the imagination, but at least this source can be used to pull every last drop of capability out of them. The Transfix and Stratosphere are both available now and while they might not be the best smartphones around, now developers can get them cracked open and start tweaking them for max performance or whatever else they have in mind. They are always quick as the Kernel Source Code for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II were available ahead of launch, and now they’ve also released the codes for low-range phones, the same thing has happened for the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch.
The links provided below for each respective device will take you to the kernel source code for said device. Hit the respective links after the break for download.