Samsung is all set to launch its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9, at an Unpacked event on August 9. Now, just ahead of launch we are hearing that the phone will be the first Android smartphone that will come loaded with a much-famous battle royale game, Fortnite.
Fortnite from Epic Games is fairly popular in the gaming community and it is currently available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, Xbox One, PS4 and PC, however, the app is yet to make its debut to Android. Now, folks at XDA Developers have revealed that the game will be exclusively available on Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The report says that the launch of the upcoming phone will be based around Fortnite Android.
The sources told the publication that customers buying Galaxy Note 9 is going to get free V-Bucks, free skins and more. V-Bucks are basically in-game currency that is used to buy skins, battle pass, dances, gliders and more. Samsung is reportedly planning to advertise this phone as a gaming phone and the report highlights that it will be adding a vapour chamber heat pipe for cooling.
Further, the S-Pen will come with exclusive features for Fortnite. Users could be able to shoot or aim with the stylus present in Galaxy Note 9. Meanwhile, a report from 9to5Googe Fortnite for Android will remain exclusive for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for 30 days. The report says that Samsung will bundle $100-$150 worth of V-Bucks with the phone. For those who are not interested in Fortnite will get a wireless AKG headphone instead.