It seems that Samsung has become an expert in getting its new devices passed through the US FCC (Federal Communications Commission)¬†standards. The manufacturer’s latest smartphone the Galaxy Premier has come across the FCC regulations within just 2 days. Samsung Electronics submitted the application on November 02 and got an approval on Nov. 04.

The quick approval is a blessing for Samsung but it also hints at a sad news for aspiring US users as the Galaxy Premier will be launched without LTE. It will have only 3G and HSPA support for AT&T and other Canadian carriers, but will not be able to use LTE-based 4G. It will be interesting to see if the US users embrace it or receive it with frowning eyes.

Source: FCC


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