Fortnite on Android could be a Samsung exclusive launching this week

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A leaked image of the retail box for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has revealed the specifications of the smartphone ahead of the launch later this week.

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"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. If the answer is affirmative, then you're probably now anxious to find out what promos Samsung is readying for the Galaxy Note 9 pre-orders. Apparently the Fortnite Mobile APK for Android has checks in place for mobile GPU, manufacturer, and model. Since the S-Pen will come with bluetooth, users will be able to use it as a remote shutter to click photos and also switch camera modes by double tapping the button. 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 appears to check a device's brand, codename, and feature set and matches it against either the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 before playing. 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.