Samsung teases bigger, better battery on Galaxy Note9

The first batch of such smartphone could be limited to mere 20,000-30,000 units depending on the yield of the display

Samsung Teases Galaxy Note 9's Bigger Battery Ahead of Launch

Huawei, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, is reportedly planning to beat Samsung to market with the world's first foldable smartphone, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.

Rumours about the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 have been flying thick and fast on the web, giving us a pretty good idea as to what to expect from the device. Still, it makes a lot of sense that Samsung would want to partner with the most popular game around to promote its new phone, so don't be surprised to see it announce a deal similar to the one described here next month.

In addition, users who pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 are entitled to extra benefits, added the report. We have reported previously that the company has plans to release a foldable phone in 2019 but the date was not confirmed. Another report from 9to5Google suggests that not only will we get the game, but also $100-150 worth of V-Bucks to spend for free.

The game will apparently also work with the Galaxy Note's S-Pen, presumably to help with pin-point aiming.

Rumor has the phone hitting in late August, which means that the rest of Android phone users should be getting "Fortnite" by September.

The report claims that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 would be able to hook up to a monitor via its USB-C port for a DeX-kind of experience.

For those who are not sure if they can keep their Galaxy Note 9 unscathed, Samsung will be offering a special rugged protective silicone cover with U.S. MIL-SDT810G certification and a built-in kickstand. Now, it has posted another 30-second video on YouTube, indicating the arrival of more storage in the Note 9.

It is expected that the novelty will present on 9 August this year.

Fortnite which competes with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has become one of the most successful games in the recent times after Pokemon Go and Candy Crush.

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