It was not too long ago that HTC made an entry to the ICS market with the high end One Series phones. It was not just the high end phones that debuted with Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich but there were other low end android phones like Desire C who marked the debut of low end Android Ice cream sandwich phones made by the company.
The phone runs on the latest SenseUI version with a 3.5 inch of display. The device is powered with a single core 600 MHz processor and carrying a 5 Mega Pixel camera.
The device was released just a month ago and now it was time for the Kernel Source code to be released. Following the GNU GPL license HTC has released the kernel source code for the Desire C.
The kernel version pops out to be 3.0.16. This is a great chance for all the hackers and developers to get their hands on the code and unleash full power of the device.
Those people who do not own this device are not required to download the source code. For those people who are afraid of losing warranty stop reading this post and for the rest go ahead and download the source code or inform the developers.
The developers will bring lots of small treats from day to day in this device unlocking as many features as possible and may be the CM9 will also appear.
So what are you waiting for? Show us your capabilities.