Meanwhile, it's been hinted before that the Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by a 4,000mAh battery. Since there are only a few days left until the Galaxy Note 9 announcement, many of you have probably decided whether or not you want the flagship.
It turns out that rumor didn't quite get everything right - but it was very close.
Fortnite is coming to Android in the not too distant future and word on the street suggests that Samsung might have snagged itself an exclusive on the game - just in time for the release of the Galaxy Note 9. The file contains a series of checks to stop unauthorized devices from running the game and it looks like the newly-announced Galaxy Tab S4 will also be able to run the game when it launches.More news: Facebook Asks Major US Banks To Share Customer Details
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There have even been rumours to suggest the new S Pen may have motion sensors allowing it to double as a gaming controller while the Note 9 sits locked into a VR headset.
The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 version should cost around $1,000, according to most reports, while the 512GB phone will sell for approximately $1,200. 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.
It seems customary now for most soon-to-be-launched devices to experience a whole bunch of leaks before they're officially unveiled.