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Fortnite for Android won’t be exclusive to Galaxy Note 9

08 August 2018, 07:02 | Jodi Jackson

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

Samsung Accidentally Leaks Galaxy Note 9 Video Revealing Some Features

There will be several improvements over Samsung's previous flagship, like support for a smarter S Pen, a more intelligent Bixby assistant, up to 1TB of storage (microSD support included), and exclusive access to Fortnite for Android.

"At Samsung, we believe tablets play an increasingly important role in making lives easier and improving the mobile experience for everyone", says president and CEO of Samsung Electronics DJ Koh.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on the way to debut on August 9 in NY. The tipster has pointed out that Samsung employees are advocating for the company to retain the Galaxy S9 design for next year's model as well.

With Samsung DeX, users can open multiple desktop-style windows for Android apps, including the Microsoft Office suite, directly on the Galaxy Tab S4, and re-size them when needed.

Include the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in that list.

The S Pen for the Galaxy Note 9 is said to be getting a Bluetooth feature that will allow users to control a few options. It has since been taken down, so alas, we can't provide you with a link. The new mobile phone will come with many new features. On the front, it will be having an 8MP shooter for selfies and video calls.


The picture also confirmed that under the hood, there is a 4,000mAh battery, which is higher than all the other flagships of Samsung that were recently launched.

Samsung is expected to unveil the successor to its Note 8 on Thursday.

As for other features, with waterproofing and wireless charging now standard across the board, there isn't much else that Samsung and Apple can add to the mix.

When installed to the Samsung Galaxy S7, S8, Note 8 and S9, the APK loads "pass the splash screen because of an internal whitelist".

The promotional video highlights the Note's new yellow stylus alongside a blue variant of the device, which also reveals a 512GB storage capacity. 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.



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