Fortnite Android to Be Exclusive to Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Fortnite Android to Be Exclusive to Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The phone is said to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor, a bigger battery, 6GB to 8GB of RAM and the usual Samsung Super AMOLED display panel.

In the recently released promotional teaser shows an anxious phone user trying to save the fast draining battery by killing the recently opened apps, while a message pops up that the RideShare cab reaches in eight minutes, but only four percent battery left, and a friend is messaging. The first of these focuses on battery life and the nightmare that is running out of juice while away from home. When Epic stated the game was coming to Android, there was no inclination that the game would be made an exclusive for Samsung, but if you were planning on picking up a Galaxy Note 9 after its announced on August 9, then this is a serious bonus for you. While a Fortnite Android release date has been slated for "summer", Epic Games has said little else on the matter. It would seem that Samsung might've had something to do with it.

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According to new information, the Samsung folding and flexible OLED phone is still happening, but it'll launch under a different name; the Samsung Galaxy F. The site claims "anyone that buys the Galaxy Note 9 is also going to get some free V-Bucks, free skins, and more". We used to call it the Galaxy X until earlier this week, when we learned that Galaxy X might be Samsung's first gaming phone, which doesn't fold. In India, the company is expected to host a local launch event and start taking orders from August 19 onward and would be retailing the device for around Rs 73,000.

Samsung's second Galaxy Note 9 teaser video poses the question 'Phone too slow?' while showing devices struggling to download files and stream, with the user turning off all background activity in an attempt to speed things up.

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