Samsung Accidentally Leaks Galaxy Note 9 Video Revealing Some Features

Doris Richards
August 7, 2018

Fortnite for Android could possibly be launching this week exclusively on the Galaxy Note 9, according to Dataminers. Even if you happen to obtain the Fortnite package for Android, it won't run on your handset until Samsung's exclusive deal comes to an end. The most popular game on the planet will soon be released for Android and it's believed that Samsung and developer Epic Games has inked a partnership to launch the title with the Galaxy Note 9.

It turns out that rumor didn't quite get everything right - but it was very close.

The Galaxy Note 9 is set to launch on August 9, and the current version of the Fortnite Android APK is 5.2 which is rolling out across all versions of the game later this week, suggesting the title might be launching on the platform this week. And if past leaks weren't enough, a new hands-on image of the Galaxy Note 9's retail box has now surfaced online, revealing key specs in all its glory. 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.

While there are leaks aplenty for the upcoming phablet, it's worth pointing out that device specifications may not be the highlight of the upcoming launch, with Samsung expected to announce a few new features, apps and support for new technology. Lastly, the device will come with IP68 certification for dust and water resistance and will support facial recognition via iris scanner in addition to a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

This means that once those 30 days are up for the Galaxy Note 9, the title will be exclusively available for other Samsung devices like the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 8 for up to 90 days.

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