You may remember Samsung's Galaxy Victory 4G LTE (formerly known as "Gogh") from some training materials we caught sight of just a few days ago. Well, while the device is still unannounced, good old Sammy has decided to drop the Victory's kernel source ahead of time for anxious developers and tweakers to get started on.
Samsung has had a good track record lately of releasing kernel source just after a device is announced, but releasing the code before we're even supposed to know about a device is pretty impressive.
While we still aren't sure exactly when users can expect to see Samsung's 1.2GHz dual-core wielding mid-range Victory 4G for sale, those looking to get a head start on development for the device can grab its kernel source from the link below.
Source: Samsung Open Source