Samsung’s Galaxy Premier just made its official cameo at the halls of the FCC, though the approval isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. While the Superior codename is confirmed via the FCC paperwork, so is the lack of US-based LTE bands that are arguably a big deal on any high-profile Android devices these days. Still, the availability of HSPA 3G means the Premier will run on both AT&T and some Canadian carriers so we still could see the Galaxy Premier on a North American carrier in the future. We aren’t crossing our fingers however, as there’s only device we’re really willing to use without LTE these days and that’s the Nexus 4. Sorry Samsung, LTE or bust.