The developer has confirmed that it won't use Google Play to distribute the game to Android users, but with the number of potential players on the platform, it could be that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release will be a timed exclusive. Lastly, the method checks for the existence of the S Pen. "Interestingly, this method checks for the existence of the standard S Pen while the method we uncovered that checks for the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 checks for the new Bluetooth-enabled S Pen", a post from XDA reads.
Rumors have also suggested that Samsung will be offering a 512GB variant of the device.
A video leaked on Samsung New Zealand's Youtube page is now going viral as it is an intro for the Galaxy Note 9.
Reports in India Today showcased a hands-on image of Galaxy Note 9's retail box, highlighting important features of the phone.
For now, we'll have to wait a few days and see if Samsung has bagged the game as a launch title for its new phone.
Samsung should offer up a Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB of storage and the option of upgrading to 1TB of internal storage with the expandable microSD card slot taking up to 512GB.
This means that once those 30 days are up for the Galaxy Note 9, the title will be exclusively available for other Samsung devices like the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 8 for up to 90 days. Some evidence has surfaced to suggest that Fortnite for Android may also be exclusive to the recently launched Galaxy Tab S4 as well. Samsung Pay and wireless charging are also supported, it says.