According to a source of 9to5Google, when Fortnite launches for Android this year, it may be an exclusive for Samsung devices, the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 to be specific, for 30 days. We've already seen quite a few photos of the phone in both live and press render forms, but Samsung has just published a trio of teasers meant to get us excited for the launch.
That's a major upgrade from the Note 8's 3,300mAh battery, though Samsung will most certainly have to be quite careful about the bigger battery. This one seems to confirm earlier rumors that the new smartphone will have improved battery life. This shows us that Samsung is all geared to proceed in the innovation direction, exiting the safe-guarding train. The video ends with a message - "Battery can't keep up?"
Now, we knew Huawei is working on its own foldable phone. "A lot can change in a day" respectively.
Android Galaxys also mentioned that both the Galaxy Note 9 and Tab S4 will have a "Dual mode" feature. Apart from Huawei's ambitions to beat Samsung to the market, the report does not provide too many additional details.
The Note 9's camera has been reimagined and works like your eye. It also remains to be seen how the display actually functions. The Galaxy Note 9 is now slated to have an "Unpacked" event on August 9th, with pre-orders and shipments of the device presumably occurring soon after.
The Galaxy Note 9 - and possibly some other goodies - will be unveiled at 1am on August 10th AEST in NY. While these waits frustrated gamers, they didn't stop the games from becoming smash hits on the Google Play Store, and Fortnite is likely to follow suit. He plans to take TrueTech forward with the consistent support from you readers, friends and family!