Fortnite Android Could Kick Off As Galaxy Note 9 “Exclusive”

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Fortnite for android Samung Galaxy Note 9

To boost Note 9’s preliminary sales, Samsung is doing something we could have never guessed.

Samsung is going to pair up with Epic Games to give a 30-day Fortnite Android experience exclusively on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Fortnite has been hinting about the battle royal game release on Android for quite some time. At the E3 2018, Epic games launched a Nitendo switch version and declared that Fortnite for Android would come “this summer.”

According to 9to5Google, Fortnite Android release would be initially limited to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users. But don’t worry! Once the Galaxy device starts rolling out for public availability, Fortnite will follow up for all Android devices.

Their sources have also informed that users will also get some exclusive Fortnite goodies with Note 9 pre-orders including V-bucks worth $100-150 and free skins.

Reportedly, Samsung is also getting hold of Twitch Streamer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins to further promote the Galaxy Note 9 device as one of the “top gaming smartphones.”

Ninja is very popular among the gaming community with 10 million followers on Twitch and 15 million YouTube subscribers. Having Ninja endorse for a Samsung device could prove a game-changing move for the device sales.

The latest flagship device would carry Snapdragon 845 SoC with 4,000 mAh of battery. Also, the Note 9 features a vapor chamber heat pipe for cooling out the phone so that the smartphone does not overheat while playing games (especially Fornite).

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will launch on August 9th at an event in New York. Therefore, you can expect Fortnite for Android (non-note) users somewhere in September.

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Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet owns an iPhone but his love for Android customization lives on. If you ever ask him to choose between an iPhone, Pixel or Xiaomi; better if you don't.

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