Fortnite for Android is here (if you’ve got a Samsung phone)

Fortnite for Android is here (if you’ve got a Samsung phone)

Fortnite for Android is here (if you’ve got a Samsung phone)

On Thursday morning, Samsung took to the stage at the Barclays Center in New York City to officially announce the Galaxy Note 9.

US carrier Verizon Communications Inc said the new device will be available for pre-order from August 10, with the 128 gigabyte model priced at $999.99 for the and 512GB model at $1,249.99. For another £150 / $249 you're getting a bit more RAM (useless to most) and far more internal storage. For a limited time, AT&T customers can get a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, S9 or S9+ free when they buy.

Unfortuantely, if you're not using a brand new Samsung device, you won't get the Galaxy skin.

Then again, 2019 could be the year that things really change in terms of the brand's smartphone design, so reading anything into this year's models for the future could well be moot - if that does happen, then the Note 9 was nearly certainly a smaller upgrade on goal.

Epic Games will start rolling out access to players not using Samsung phones in the next few days.

The 42mm Galaxy Watch, which has a 1.2-inch (30mm) display and overall dimensions of 41.9 x 45.7 x 12.7mm, can be paired with 20mm straps in following colour schemes: Terracotta Red, Onyx Black, Lunar Grey, Natural Brown, Cosmo Purple, Lime Yellow, Pink Beige, and Cloud Grey. After all, aside from the S Pen, the only real differences are dimensional. Samsung cleverly included inductive charging in the S Pen, so it'll fill up when docked in the phone. However, that doesn't mean you won't be able to access the Android beta. This will let people control music or snap selfies just by clicking the stylus.

Samsung blamed itself partly for the disappointing performance, saying on an earnings call that it's played too safe with smartphones too long.

Samsung also launched a new Galaxy Watch. A quick flick through the settings shows enough settings here for photography fans to tweak and adjust while the rest of us can just point and shoot. All you need to do is plug it in with an HDMI adaptor.

Other new camera features include Scene Optimiser which uses intelligence to identify elements of a photo, such as scene and subject, to automatically classify it into one of 20 categories and instantly optimise it based on the category.

The second lens grafted onto the back of the phone is a Dual Aperture lens which adjusts to light the same way as the human eye. However, it falls just short of an instabuy, and especially so if you have the Gear S3 or Gear Sport. You can even add more with a microSD card, should you fancy.

The Good The Bad and The Ugly with Editor Rajeev Dubey to know the top stories of the day specially curated from the world of business and economy. "It wasn't distinctive enough for consumers to justify the upgrade", Bryan Ma, vice-president of devices research at IDC, said. Oh, and it now charges wirelessly as well.

First and foremost, you might notice that despite featuring a near-identical design, the dimensions of the Note 9 are actually different than those of the Note 8.

And the answer depends on what you're looking for. Another thing the larger size allows is a larger battery: 4000mAh on the Note 9 compared to 3500mAh on the S9+.

Samsung Galaxy Home features: What's inside? The South Korean company has doubled down on power, design and functionality. In a jab at Apple, Samsung executives also frequently emphasize that their phones have standard headphone jacks, which newer iPhones no longer do.

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