Now that the Samsung Galaxy S III has launched in more than 28 countries Samsung has decided it's time to release the source code, and developers can't thank them enough. This is how it's supposed to be done folks. Today Samsung has released the full source code for the GT-i9300 (SGSIII) and it's available for download now.
All you developers that have the Galaxy S III, as well as those that don't will want to jump over the Samsung's open source repository by clicking here. You'll be able to quickly get the source code and then dive knee deep in goodness and start developing. I can smell CyanogenMod 9 already.
Additionally, thanks to Android Police, you can also get the Galaxy S III source code from the Github here. It's good to see that Samsung has already made these tools available for developers so quickly. As the phone arrives in more users hands we can expect good things and plenty of ROM's to appear. Stay tuned for more.