This one feature that could come in very handy for many people, the new Galaxy Note 9 could really be a PC in your pocket.
This probably isn't the flawless time to buy a Galaxy Note 8 since Samsung is just about to reveal its new Note series phablet, but there are probably a lot of customers who can't afford to purchase the new flagship at launch. That makes sense for a couple reasons - for starters, the Note 9 isn't expected to be that big a departure from last year's Note 8, at least in terms of design.
For performance, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by Exynos 910 processor. Another leak recently confirmed that Samsung might not bundle the S-Pen with Galaxy Note 9.
It was introduced with the Note 8, with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ going on to also support it. The photos appeared on Chinese microblogging site Weibo and show off a value pack that includes AKG Y50 BT headphones, along with a Note 9, a charger, a USB cable and a case. From day 1 - in fact, from even before day 1 - at least one major USA wireless carrier is running a BOGO offer on the Galaxy Note 9. But now more details have emerged on just how exclusive that arrangement will be.
That's around £30 more than the Note 8, though United States pricing of the device remains unknown at the moment.
The previous leaks said that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will cost around $1,000 but a new leak suggests otherwise. After that, all further Samsung devices can play it exclusively for 90 days.
Regardless of which Android devices Fortnite will work with and for how long, it looks like Galaxy Note 9 owners will have the chance to kit themselves out in the game. Well, providing you don't mind downloading the game from Epic directly.
If it's legit, the offer will likely apply to new lines only, with savings paid back as bill credit over 24 months.