Samsung’s Fortnite exclusive adds credence to Nintendo Galaxy X 2019

Ruben Fields
July 27, 2018

It could be happening, and it sounds like Samsung would pay a good sum to have Fortnite ready to go alongside its latest device.

Fortnite is now available only on iOS, and along with PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular mobile games around today. But beyond Android being a slightly less important platform for Fortnite's developers, it wasn't immediately clear what the holdup was between then and now. This date approximation comes from 9to5Google where they've heard the original rumor, too. The last one shows a PDF file taking a long time to open, despite the user turning off automatic updates and switching off Wi-Fi and data usage.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, unveiled earlier this year, came with 128GB and 256GB internal storage, and rumours are the Note 9 will be offering up to 512GB. A whole heck of a lot of in-game cash, if the tip holds true. As a matter of fact, the Galaxy Tab S4 shares many things with the Note 9, including the S-Pen. In in-game terms, that's massive bank.

Samsung will also offer a rugged Protective Silicone Cover with a built-in kickstand which is U.S. military standard MIL-STD 810G certified and able to withstand a fall of as much as 1.8 metres. Not only that, the game will be exclusively available on the Note9 for a month after launch.

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To say I'm disappointed in the idea of this exclusivity period for Fortnite would be an understatement, but this would be a major score for Samsung.

As for the cases as you can see we have a pretty standard range, with a regular silicone protection sleeve, a folding stand case, a fold-out stand, and the LED panel case to get notifications without having to turn your phone on.

The Note 9 will come with DeX support built-in, which means you'll be able to connect it directly to a display using a USB-C cable.

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