On Monday, we received a tip from a Carrier employee claiming that Samsung employees had explained to them the selling points of Galaxy Note 9, and a key concern was Fortnite Mobile's gaming debut on Android. Here's the exact description, the spelling and everything:
We did not think much of it, as we get such allegations from the boatloads, and it's difficult to confirm each time from at least two independent sources. Fast forward a few days, however, and there were separate reports that confirm that Fortnite on Android will start exclusively on the Note 9 and stay there for a certain amount of time. It also confirmed the part in which Fortnite Mobile is working on the Note 9 with the Samsung DeX docking solution, which is now being installed instead of using a DeX Pad or DeX Station.
The part with the dedicated GPU is still a bit grim, as Samsung's rumored groundbreaking graphics chip for mobile is not expected to be a cameo before the Galaxy S10 and only on the Exynos models. However, Qualcomm recently announced Adreno Turbo technology, similar to what Huawei recently announced for its Kirin chipsets. This would allow existing embedded graphics cards in Snapdragon processors to get a drive boost that increases performance but cuts power consumption (19659004) Long story short, Samsung will try to get the touch 9 on a gaming phone this time and will not save Partnership money to do it. So we'd like to ask you if the exclusive Fortnite Mobile, free V-Bucks and Skins, enhanced graphics, and streamlined game streaming that comes with the Note 9 will tempt you to buy the phone that is reported to have it Nearby again costs a grand.