Samsung Galaxy Premier hits the FCC sans LTE radio

Samsung Galaxy Premier hits the FCC sans LTE radio

The new Samsung Galaxy Premier has been caught at the FCC though unfortunately it lacks LTE connectivity support many of us crave for. Those interested to grab the phone — which BTW sits somewhere between the Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III — will have to settle for HSPA+ speeds on AT&T’s network. That, of course, presumes the carrier will actually include the Galaxy Premier in its portfolio, and we can’t be certain about it. Perhaps an improved version of the device (with 4G LTE support) will follow soon when more operators (not just AT&T) will add it to their respective portfolios. It’s early to tell and we can’t really imagine people showing up in droves to get this particular Galaxy smartphone. Grabbing the Galaxy S III (or even the Nexus 4) is a much better option…

[Via: Engadget]

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