Huawei Wants To Be The First To Release A Foldable Smartphone

Joshua Bennett
July 29, 2018

If you're going to pre-order a Galaxy Note 9 but you're not interested in the V-Bucks, there will also be a package that nets you a set of wireless AKG headphones.

Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, crossed United States $2 billion through in-game purchases, especially the popular game currency V-Bucks.

"From previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 will be running on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and sports a 10.5" Quad HD (2560 x 1600 pixels) Super AMOLED display. The videos embedded below hint of better things to come with the Galaxy Note 9. It is expected that if this news comes true, the game will remain exclusive to the Note 9 and several other Samsung devices for one moth after launch.

While the rumors seem to align with the bigger discussion around Samsung's push into the lucrative mobile gaming market, the notion of Epic Games allowing a specific platform to have a special sort of controller seems out of line with the company's approach to the game. Now, it is being said that the foldable phone will be the Galaxy F. Maybe Samsung's deal with developer Epic Games could have forced them to delay the launch the further optimise it for Samsung's flagship offerings for this year.

Samsung's "Galaxy Unpacked" event on August 9 will draw attention for another major launch - Fortnite on Android.

The third Note 9 teaser addresses that bad "Storage Full" alert we've all gotten at one point or another. Time to play the waiting game... Thereby, a launch date of September 23rd can be expected for the public release of the game.

Rumours about the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 have been flying thick and fast on the web, giving us a pretty good idea as to what to expect from the device.

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