Epic Games and Samsung have agreed to make the game exclusively available to Galaxy phone and tablet owners for the opening weekend. Samsung says the cameras on the device are now powered by AI, and it's able to optimize things like the white balance and exposure based on the scenery.
If you play Fortnite on a Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy Tab S4 you'll also get an exclusive character skin called "Galaxy".
This latest offering may reprise numerous major features and design elements of the Note 8, but we loved the Note 8, and still do.
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The third and final change that Samsung highlighted in our hands-on meeting was the "intelligent camera", which are near-identical dual 12-megapixel lenses with dual OIS to that of the Note 8, but with added software enhancements to ensure that every photo you take looks like it has already been professionally edited. And it's exactly what we have expected it to be.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will start at $999. Only 102,000 AKG noise cancellation headphones, 46,000 Game Bundles, and 36,000 Bundles will be made available, according to the company.
As you'd expect, there's no shortage of official accessories for the Note 9.
Unlike previous Notes, there'll not be a complex Samsung DeX docking station.
Samsung is rushing the Note to market this year, with availability set to begin three weeks earlier than the Note 8. Priced at $11.99 and available through Samsung direct, it includes on-site technical support and assistance, along with a replacement device if yours breaks.