Samsung’s Galaxy Premier smartphone might not arrive on shelves until next year, but it is already receiving the necessary approvals for use in various countries.
The handset has emerged at the Federal Communication Commission this weekend with model number SHV-E220S attached to it and with support for LTE / W-CDMA / GSM networks.
Galaxy Premier SHV-E220S is expected to be launched in South Korea via wireless carrier SK Telecom, yet it seems that users will also be able to enjoy it when traveling to the United States.
However, it will support only W-CDMA and GMS connectivity in this country, along with Wi-Fi a / b / g / n and Bluetooth capabilities.
The Android-based smartphone was made official a few months ago, yet rumor has it that Samsung will not bring it to shelves until next year.