LEAK: Samsung Note 9 may have 1 terabyte of storage

Judy Cobb
August 7, 2018

It's rumoured that Fortnite Mobile for Android may be exclusive to Samsung's devices for 120 days in total including the Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, and perhaps even the S7.

Sure, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has got some fantastic specs that have leaked already.

However, once this period ends, Samsung might have extended the exclusive by up to two months, meaning Fortnite will be exclusively available on Samsung phones ONLY for an entire quarter of 2018.

"This second period of exclusivity is understood to either be sixty or ninety days long - that is, on top of the thirty days for the Note 9", AndroidHeadlines explains. This is either an extra check to make it harder for people to trick Fortnite into running on their device, or it's a way for Epic Games to confirm the presence of the S Pen and activate more features.

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

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also support DeX but the latest leak suggests that an HDMI cable and an adapter is sufficient for DeX to work.

9to5Google previously reported that the Note 9's S Pen will feature a Bluetooth connection that will now allow it to be used remotely for controlling music playback and photo capture. 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.

It seems customary now for most soon-to-be-launched devices to experience a whole bunch of leaks before they're officially unveiled. This would send one of Epic Games' reasons for avoiding the Google Play Store down the drain, as it claimed to want to maintain a direct relationship with its customers.

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