Where you may see GT-I9070P, we see a variant of Samsung's Galaxy S Advance that's been pushed through the FCC's sausage machine and lived to tell the tale. We gave the mid-range handset a thorough going-over at MWC, where we found it to be attractive for a phone of its modest stature. It's got the usual array of GSM/GPRS/EDGE and vanilla-HSPA bands we'd expect a budget handset to include, as well as WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC. Now that it's emerged from the FCC, we can start hoping a domestic version of the device will arrive, but it's more likely this is just for those weary travelers from far-flung lands.