Samsung has already teased the S-Pen, an integral part of the Note series of devices. If it does, this could mean it'll beat Samsung's Galaxy F which doesn't have a release date as yet. While it'll come packing with a 4,000mAh battery and other new, small features, the Galaxy Note 9 largely appears similar to the Galaxy Note 8. However, it seems that Samsung has had been devising a special trick up its sleeves to prevent the Note 9 meet the Galaxy S9' fate, which could be beneficial for mobile gamers - especially for those waiting for Fortnite's release on Android. It has been reported that the company is going to launch its Galaxy Watch along with the launch of Galaxy Note 9 at Samsung's Unpacked event in NYC.
Samsung is expected to optimise the device, especially for the game, enabling the best performance Android has to offer. It's possible Samsung has the Galaxy F name set aside though, as @MMDDJ_ indirectly says the tweet may have upset some people at Samsung; but we're also hearing talk of a Samsung gaming phone, which would also need a name.
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In addition, users who pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 are entitled to extra benefits, added the report. Fortnite publisher Epic Games also had no comment. Although there is no mention as to which smartphone will get this first, it is most likely that these new V-Nand memory chips could debut with the Galaxy Note 9 and possibly in next year's rumoured Galaxy S10, based on the timing of the announcement. The insinuation here is that the Note 9 will last all day on a charge. After that, we may see Fortnite on all sorts of Android devices. Now, however, it is evident that the game will launch on the Galaxy Note 9 exclusively, followed by a public listing on the Google Play Store a month after the launch of the Note 9.
The third Note 9 teaser addresses that terrible "Storage Full" alert we've all gotten at one point or another.