New Samsung smartphone with 'Infinity Display' in India next week

Fortnite Android Release May Feature Device Exclusivity

Fortnite Android Release May Feature Device Exclusivity

While nothing has been launched yet, it's being reported that Huawei is very close to rolling out a foldable handset with a flexible light emitting organic diode (OLED) display in limited quantities. Like when you're trying to catch a rideshare to a business meeting. "Battery can't keep up?"

Apart from the official teasers, according to the infamous leaker Roland Quandt, the preorders to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will begin on August 23, 2018.

The first teaser shows a phone battery on its last legs as a person frantically tries to keep it alive by lowering the brightness, disabling Global Positioning System, turning off Wi-Fi, closing apps - all the standard tricks.

It's clear that Samsung has bumped up the battery in the new device but, by how much?

Samsung India has sold over 20 lakh units of its recently-launched Galaxy J8 and J6 mid-segment smartphones in the country. Devices-bound for US, China and South Korea will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor.

But on the plus (?) side, Note 9 users will reportedly get to integrate their S Pen into the game. This may help Epic Games to land even more new players for the title and encourage them to spend real money, further bolstering Fortnite's $2 million a day in revenue.

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, unveiled earlier this year, came with 128GB and 256GB internal storage, and rumours are the Note 9 will be offering up to 512GB.

From subtle transparent coverage to basic black and rugged, Samsung's accessories for its forthcoming Galaxy Note 9 have popped up online in what really look like leaked marketing photos. In India, the company is expected to host a local launch event and start taking orders from August 19 onward and would be retailing the device for around Rs 73,000.

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