Published: Tue, August 07, 2018
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Samsung Accidentally Leaks Galaxy Note 9 Video Revealing Some Features

Samsung Accidentally Leaks Galaxy Note 9 Video Revealing Some Features

After passing these, is the game allowed to run.

Fortnite for Android could possibly be launching this week exclusively on the Galaxy Note 9, according to Dataminers.

"The method checks if the device is a Samsung-branded device with a code-name that starts with "gts4l".

Rumors have also suggested that Samsung will be offering a 512GB variant of the device. The new leak suggests that the S-Pen will have a battery which can be charged for 30 minutes of use after only 40 seconds in its storage silo. It was reported that the exclusivity would last for around 30 days before Epic makes the game available to other compatible Android devices. Samsung is set to officially announce the Galaxy Note 9 at a launch in Brooklyn on 9 August 2018, so we don't have to wait all that long for the full list of features and release plans.

If true, it means it would be tougher for those without Samsung devices to play the game. The file contains a series of checks to stop unauthorized devices from running the game and it looks like the newly-announced Galaxy Tab S4 will also be able to run the game when it launches.

And while Fortnite Mobile for Android is skipping Google Play, XDA have unearthed evidence that it might be coming to Samsung's app store known as Samsung Galaxy Apps. It's rumoured that Fortnite Mobile for Android may be exclusive to Samsung's devices for 120 days in total including the Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, and perhaps even the S7. The smartwatch will also be equipped with an NFC module for contactless payments but it will not support Samsung's "Magnetic Secure Transmission" technology. The offer is valid for a new line activation and only if you finance your brand-new device for a period of 24 months.

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