For Fortnite fans, its sounding like the Galaxy Note 9 will be the phone to go for. The third and final video suggests the phone will be able to handle just about any task you can imagine. If it does, this could mean it'll beat Samsung's Galaxy F which doesn't have a release date as yet.
According to reports, not only will the Galaxy Note 9 come loaded with Fortnite Mobile, it will also come with a bevy of bonuses. If you're going to pre-order a Galaxy Note 9 but you're not interested in the V-Bucks, there will also be a package that nets you a set of wireless AKG headphones.
The game will apparently also work with the Galaxy Note's S-Pen, presumably to help with pin-point aiming. When you're using a phone, much of your time is spent navigating between apps and jumping around. The company is expected to show off its latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, along with a few other surprises. We already know a lot about the device thanks to multiple leaks. The insinuation here is that the Note 9 will last all day on a charge.More news: Thomas in yellow, Froome slips, Martin finishes second
Samsung has long since weathered the crisis of Galaxy Note phones that caught fire, and the betting is that the Note 9 that will nearly certainly be unveiled on August 9 will be a mostly iterative upgrade compared to prior releases.
Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, crossed United States $2 billion through in-game purchases, especially the popular game currency V-Bucks.
The third Note 9 teaser addresses that terrible "Storage Full" alert we've all gotten at one point or another. Again, these freebies is could lead to further disappointment for other Android users who have been waiting for the game for a long time.