On Monday we received a tip from an operator employee who claimed that Samsung's reps have detailed Galaxy Note 9 sales points, and a boss has been his league, announced by the release debut to Fortnite Mobile on Android. Here's the exact scoop, spelling and all:
We did not think much about it, as we get such demands from boat loads, and it's hard to confirm from at least two independent sources each time. Fast forward for a few days and there have been separate reports confirming that Fortnite on Android will launch exclusively on Note 9 and stay there for a certain period of time. In addition, the part where Fortnite Mobile on Note 9 was working together with the Samsung DeX docking solution, which is now being built, instead of requiring a DeX Pad or DeX Station to work, was confirmed.
The part of dedicated GPU is still a bit creepy, as Samsung's famous groundbreaking graphics chip for mobile is not expected to make a cameo before the Galaxy S10, and only on the Exynos models. Qualcomm was, however, recently tipped to announce Adreno Turbo technology, similar to one Huawei announced for its Kirin chip set recently, which would allow existing embedded graphics in Snapdragon processors to receive a driver boost that will increase performance, but keep the power consumption under wraps (why did not this instructional update be there in the first place remains to be heard).
Long story short, Samsung will apparently try to put the note 9 apart as a game phone this time and is not sparse partnership money to do it. This is the reason why we wanted to ask you about Exclusive Fortnite Mobile, Free V-Bucks and Skins, Upgraded Graphics, and easier stream of games included with Note 9 will lure you better to buy the phone that is reported to cost near a grand again.