Recently there were rumours that Samsung might be partnering with Epic Games to offer Fortnite on the Galaxy Note 9 for 30-days exclusively. This will be the first iteration of the already massively popular game to reach Android phones. Those Android users who are waiting with bated breath for the Fortnite launch will be pleased to hear that there are plans to release the game on other devices too. After the 30 days is up, Epic Games promises to roll out the game to a number of other devices. This list was posted on the official site and includes: Google Pixel 2/Google Pixel 2 XL Huawei Mate 10/Huawei Mate 10 Lite/Huawei Mate 10 Pro Huawei P10/Huawei P10 Plus/Huawei P10 Lite Huawei P9/Huawei P9 Lite/Huawei P8 Lite (2017) LG G6 LG V30/LG V30+ Motorola Moto E4 Plus Motorola Moto G5/Motorola Moto G5 Plus/Motorola Moto G5s Motorola Moto Z2 Play Nokia 6 Razer Phone Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) … [Read more...] about Fortnite on Android: These are the phones Fortnite will work on
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It looks like Fortnite on Android is almost ready to be replaced with a rumor last week claiming it may be an exclusive to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for 30 days.However, a new report has claimed Fortnite developer Epic Games may avoid the Google Play Store for the release of the game onto other phones.Elements of the Epic Games website's code - spotted by XDA Developers - includes the instructions on how you can download the game yourself. This isn't through the Google Play Store like you'd download most apps and games though, instead it's using an SDK from its website.The instructions show that you'll have to head to the website on your phone, download the SDK from there, unpack it and install it onto your phone. We don't currently know how big the download will be.Not too difficultIt may be the company is looking to avoid giving Google a 30% cut of in-app purchases that Epic Games needs to provide if it lists Fortnite on the Play Store.Apple will take 30% of whatever in-app … [Read more...] about Fortnite on Android may be more difficult to download than your average game
The Epic Games website has revealed a list of devices compatible with Fortnite Mobile on Android. The list suggests devices with a quad-core chip and 3GB of RAM will be able to run the popular title. HTC and Xiaomi’s phones are missing from the list, along with most of Nokia’s phones. Aside from an exact release date, compatibility is another key area that has remained elusive for Fortnite Mobile on Android. Fortunately, the Epic Games website has listed compatible devices (via XDA-Developers), accessible by clicking “get started”, and logging in with your Epic account.Far from requiring a flagship chipset and a ton of RAM, Fortnite Mobile on Android has some relatively modest requirements. For instance, the Moto E4 Plus has only a quad-core, Mediatek MT6737 chipset and 3GB of RAM, yet it’s listed as a compatible device. The game supports flagship phones from LG, Samsung and the like, but there are some interesting omissions. Huawei’s P20 … [Read more...] about Fortnite Mobile on Android: Here are the compatible phones
Ask any devoted mobile gamer which one's the most anticipated Android game of this summer and you will undoubtedly get "Fortnite!" as an answer. The battle royale phenomenon is still riding the high wave and shows no signs of stopping. Quite the contrary -- the Android release of the game will inevitably increase its popularity by a serious margin.But it doesn't seem that the game will be compatible with just about any beater of a phone -- the hardware requirements are very likely to weed out a large tally of Android devices out there, making the game compatible with a more limited slew of phones. Found on Epic Games' website is a what can be perceived as a list of all devices that Fortnite Mobile could be compatible at launch. Now, we'd take that list with a ton of salt given that multiple obviously powerful phones of the near past are weirdly missing from the list. Tons of OnePlus devices, the LG G7 ThinQ, a bunch of handsets from Nokia, Xiaomi, and other popular manufacturers are … [Read more...] about Will Fortnite only be available on these Android devices? We don’t think so
Article Contents1 P20 versus P20 Pro2 Beauty is skin deep3 So, about the cameras4 Good, but greatness remains a question The P20 and P20 Pro are two of the most attractive, interesting phones Huawei has ever produced - and you'll never see them on sale in America. That was something Huawei was sure to reiterate during our time at a hands-on briefing with the devices in San Francisco last week. Huawei's recent troubles with the US government, AT&T, Verizon, and Best Buy are still pretty recent news, and that certainly hung over the hour-long presentation we were given. While Huawei has never distributed the P-series in the US (aside from the P8 Lite, which was a P-series in name only), it probably stings a little to know that your notch-display, triple camera flagship is going to be called "the Chinese iPhone X you can't buy" by a bunch of American journalists. But in a world where differentiating your smartphone in a meaningful way is getting harder by the year, Huawei is still … [Read more...] about Huawei P20 and P20 Pro hands-on: Can Huawei finally challenge Apple and Samsung?