Those lucky enough to own the Galaxy Note 3 will be pleased to know that Samsung has just released kernels for the Sprint and AT&T versions of the smartphone.As AndroidPolice points out, the SK Telecom model also got its kernel released on Samsung's Open Source website, so those who wish to tinker with the phablet's software can do so now.
Keep in mind though that the AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has its bootloader locked, whereas the other two can be mingled with without any trouble.
Each Galaxy Note 3's kernel source has about 900MB in size, so make sure you have enough storage space before attempting to download these files.
Developers in the United States are among the first to be able to download Galaxy Note 3's kernel sources, as the phablet has yet to become available in many countries. Stay tuned for more on this.