Fortnite for Android could be temporarily exclusive to the Galaxy Note9


It's a situation many will be familiar with, no matter which phone brand you have in your hand, and while Samsung suggests it has the answer we'll reserve judgement until we've put the Galaxy Note 9 through its paces in our in-depth review process.

"Fortnite", Epic Game's incredibly popular battle royale shooter, will finally be coming to Android, but as a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 exclusive for 30 days, both 9to5Google and XDA Developers report, citing sources.

The owner just realises, the device won't last long and gets the power bank, but to her bad luck, it is also uncharged and the phone just dies. "A lot can change in a day", from which, the latter part is a motif in the rest of the teasers.

With less than two weeks until the official unveiling, the Galaxy Note 9 already has no secrets. Each teaser with a motif-oriented tagline "Phone too slow?"

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Running parallel, previous rumors and leaks have hinted at a Note 9 variant featuring 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. It's not like Samsung will provide foldable screens to any rival, especially Huawei before its foldable phone hits the market.

The Samsung DeX dock is undoubtedly a novelty that made some heads turn, giving Galaxy smartphones users an alternative to the traditional desktop.

The Note 9's camera has been reimagined and works like your eye. It also remains to be seen how the display actually functions. As well as a protective case which also doubles as a stand for the Galaxy Note 9, shown in black and grey. The launch event will take place in the New York City on the 9th of August 2018.

Samsung has been rumored to be working on an ingenious foldable smartphone for years, and judging by the progressively-increasing amounts of rumors and hearsay, the arrival of this curious handset is now nearer than ever.