More Samsung Galaxy Note 9 secrets spilt

Laverne Mann
July 29, 2018

Two independent reports claim that Fortnite Battle Royale will launch on Android as soon as August, but there is a major catch - only one phone model will be able to play it initially. If that timeframe checks out, then that means Fortnite will be available for Galaxy Note 9 owners on August 24, and then for other Android devices on September 23 or so. Now that the game might actually launch for Android devices, this news about it being a Galaxy Note 9 exclusive could come as a disappointment to other Android smartphone users.

Console exclusives are nothing new to gamers, but pairing a wildly mobile game with the release of a brand new phone that's estimated to cost over $1,000 is unusual, to say the least.

One of the hottest Android smartphones of the year is about to launch, the new Galaxy Note, and Samsung's phone is dominating the rumor mill.

Multiple reports up until now have hinted at a bigger battery for the Galaxy Note 9. A whole heck of a lot of in-game cash, if the tip holds true. We know everything there is to know about the Galaxy Note 9, either because Samsung can't keep any secrets or because it's actively encouraging leaks as a way to drive up buzz for the handset. In in-game terms, that's massive bank. This shows us that Samsung is all geared to proceed in the innovation direction, exiting the safe-guarding train.

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According to the sources, Huawei will release a foldable phone before Samsung, even if the device isn't ready. This name will instead be used for Samsung's upcoming specialised gaming smartphone (s).

Samsung's folding phone, which could be named the Galaxy X, has been heavily rumoured to be launching in 2019.

Would you buy a Galaxy Note 9 just to play Fortnite earlier than your friends? How about a proper Pokemon game?

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