While the rumors seem to align with the bigger discussion around Samsung's push into the lucrative mobile gaming market, the notion of Epic Games allowing a specific platform to have a special sort of controller seems out of line with the company's approach to the game.
9to5Google figures that Samsung is lining up a late August release date for the Galaxy Note 9, which is a fair assumption given that its reveal event is happening on August 9. Each day the Korean tech giant will release a new video each morningat 8 a.m. ET on its YouTube channel.The videos provide hints as to how the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will solve common problems smartphone users experience every day. If you don't want the V-Bucks since you don't play Fortnite, there will reportedly be an option for wireless AKG headphones that will be worth as much as the V-Bucks provided if you play Fortnite. So there is a high likelihood that Fortnite could have an integrated support for the S-Pen. Many have even claimed that the Note 9 could eventually ditch the DeX dock while still managing to perform the DeX functionalities.
We know that Samsung is ready to launch a foldable phone next year, signs point to it being the Galaxy X phone but it has been revealed that the Galaxy X will be the company's first gaming phone. After that, we may see Fortnite on all sorts of Android devices.
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OEMs are aiming the folding smartphone for a release before the turn of this decade, with Samsung leading the pack. According to these sources, the Galaxy Note 9 launch will revolve around Fortnite. For selfies, the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to get an 8MP front-facing shooter.
If a Fortnite exclusive proves as lucrative as Samsung presumably hopes, then the next Galaxy Note will be on fire for all the right reasons.
Fortnite which competes with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has become one of the most successful games in the recent times after Pokemon Go and Candy Crush.