Want To Play Fortnite On Android? You’ll Need A Samsung Phone

Want To Play Fortnite On Android? You’ll Need A Samsung Phone

Want To Play Fortnite On Android? You’ll Need A Samsung Phone

Apparently the Fortnite Mobile APK for Android has checks in place for mobile GPU, manufacturer, and model.

The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 version should cost around $1,000, according to most reports, while the 512GB phone will sell for approximately $1,200. Lastly, the method checks for the existence of the S Pen. We all are aware of the fact that there is not much left to reveal about the smartphone, but still, Samsung is all set to roll out its brand new flagship in upcoming days.

Rumors have also suggested that Samsung will be offering a 512GB variant of the device. 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.

Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 9 will make its debut at on 9 August at a Samsung Unpacked event in NY, before it goes on sale two weeks later on 24 August.

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Fortnite Battle Royale will be exclusive to Samsung devices when it finally comes to Android, a new leak has confirmed.

"Now, we've also found strings and code that suggest the app will use Samsung's in-App Purchase SDK, contained within Samsung's app store called Samsung Galaxy Apps, to handle payments". The retail box highlights some key details about the device such as a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, a dual 12MP rear camera setup with the primary lens getting a variable aperture feature (f1.5/f2.4) and Dual Pixel PDAF support, and the secondary lens fixed at f/2.4 aperture.

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