Ironically, when Samsung first registered the Samsung Galaxy Premier name back in March, we expected something definitely more high-end than the mid-range model that it turned out to be. Still, the device managed to score a decent 7,736 on theAnTuTu benchmark. On the other hand, its performance on the GLBenchmark site was nothing to brag about.
Regardless, we're sure that the Samsung Galaxy Premier will attract some buyers overseas for whom 4G LTE connectivity is not a necessity either by personal choice or the carrier's lack of such a pipeline.
source: FCC via Engadget