Samsung has a whole lot of hype around its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 smartphone and for good reason - it's the last flagship smartphone the company will unveil until at least CES 2019 which is when we should begin to see or hear official things about the Galaxy X, the world's first foldable smartphone. 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.
The Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Watch are certainly the two new Samsung gadgets to watch in the second half of 2019.
In the video, it shows that the new Note 9 will feature a golden/yellow S Pen, which will accompany the blue version of the phone. In addition to corroborating a few previously floated speculations - like a Fortnight gaming bundle and different colored S-Pen styluses - the post also reported a new camera feature that notifies you of any possible issues (like too much motion blur or blinking eyes).
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Rumors have also suggested that Samsung will be offering a 512GB variant of the device.
Previous reports have suggested that Fortnite for Android will be a 30-day exclusive for the Galaxy Note 9. This also prevents other Samsung devices from running the game, and could confirm reports that Fortnite will offer new control options for devices with S Pen functionality.
It's not yet clear how long Samsung's exclusivity will last, but one source claims Fortnite will be opened up to other devices after 30 days.