HTC released the kernel source for the HTC One on the same day the device became available through AT&T and Sprint. People who enjoy tinkering around with their devices can download the kernel now via HTCDev.com.
The HTC One officially went on sale at both AT&T and Sprint on Friday. The 32GB model is $200 on contract from both carriers, and the 64GB model is an AT&T exclusive for $300. The HTC One is only currently available in Glacial Silver, but a Black model is "coming soon," according to Sprin'ts HTC One page. T-Mobile's HTC One handset will be available on April 24th.