Samsung's Galaxy Note 9: up to 1TB storage, all-day battery


Fortnite Battle Royale will be exclusive to Samsung devices when it finally comes to Android, a new leak has confirmed. You can either avail this deal right now or wait for the Galaxy Note 9 to get announced on August 9.

It's true that Samsung will have exclusivity over Fortnite on Android initially, according to a leaked APK obtained by XDA Developers. To make it all even better for those who want to know all about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 already, a retail box from Russian Federation has just surfaced online as well. Some of the checks include ones for the mobile GPU, device manufacturer, device model, and so forth. In addition to corroborating a few previously floated speculations - like a Fortnight gaming bundle and different colored S-Pen styluses - the post also reported a new camera feature that notifies you of any possible issues (like too much motion blur or blinking eyes). And if past leaks weren't enough, a new hands-on image of the Galaxy Note 9's retail box has now surfaced online, revealing key specs in all its glory.

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Even if you somehow find a way past these checks, perhaps by using a modified APK, you still won't be able to play the game unless your Fortnite account has been white-listed by Epic Games. The retail box highlights some key details about the device such as a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, a dual 12MP rear camera setup with the primary lens getting a variable aperture feature (f1.5/f2.4) and Dual Pixel PDAF support, and the secondary lens fixed at f/2.4 aperture. This would send one of Epic Games' reasons for avoiding the Google Play Store down the drain, as it claimed to want to maintain a direct relationship with its customers.