• Samsung announces Oreo update plans for Galaxy J7, On5, Tab A, and more

    6 days ago - By Android Central

    A total of 12 devices will be updated by March 2019.
    When it comes to Android updates, it goes without saying that Samsung's one of the worst OEMs at getting new software rolled out to its gadgets in a timely manner. There's no excuse for it, but it's something we've come to expect at this point.
    Samsung recently published an announcement via its Samsung Members app outlining a roadmap for when it expects to release its Oreo update for 12 phones/tablets released between 2018 and 2016, and that list goes as follows:
    Galaxy J7 Neo - December 2018
    Galaxy Tab A 2017 - January 2019
    Galaxy A9...
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  • Samsung Note 9 gets official, Fortnite coming to Android video - CNET

    Samsung Note 9 gets official, Fortnite coming to Android video - CNET

    6 days ago - By CNET

    In today's most important stories, Samsung holds its Unpacked event to show off the newest Note. At the same event, Epic Games lets the world know when its monster hit of a game is heading to Android.
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  • How to install the brand new Android version of Fortnite on your phone

    How to install the brand new Android version of Fortnite on your phone

    6 days ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    It happened just like the leaks told us. Fortnite for Android is going to be a Samsung exclusive at launch , but things aren't as bad as we thought. First of all, the Galaxy Note 9 isn't the only Samsung device that can run the game.
    Furthermore, the exclusivity period isn't as long as we thought. Rather than 30 or 120 days, of waiting, you'll only have to wait for a few days to try the beta on your current Android device, as long as it supports it.
    So here's how you can get Fortnite beta for Android right now
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  • Fortnite Android modders beware: Epic can ban phones forever

    Fortnite Android modders beware: Epic can ban phones forever

    6 days ago - By SlashGear

    Epic Games' decision to make Fortnite temporarily exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9 isn't exactly news nor unpopular. Its decision to shun Google Play Store, however, is ruffling not a few feathers and worrying some about potential security problems. Epic, however, doesn't concerned at all. In fact, it may have preferred this setup exactly because it would allow them to...
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  • Google makes sure you won't get scammed while looking to install Fortnite

    Google makes sure you won't get scammed while looking to install Fortnite

    6 days ago - By Phone Arena

    So, Fortnite has been announced and the beta is even up for early adopters to register. At start, the game will only be available for top-tier Samsung Galaxy devices but will expand to other models soon after.
    However, one thing that will, apparently, not change is the fact that Fortnite for Android will not be downloadable via the Google Play Store. Epic has already stated that it chose to distribute the game independently in order to avoid the 70 / 30 revenue split with Google. That means that players will have to go out of their way to download and sideload the game when it's time to ...
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  • Fortnite Android Beta

    6 days ago - By N4G

    Fortnite mobile invites are rolling out on Android starting today for Samsung Galaxy: S7 / S7 Edge , S8 / S8+, S9 / S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, Tab S4 and purchasers of the new Samsung Note 9 or Galaxy Tab S4 will get access to the new Galaxy outfit.
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  • With Fortnite's Android Release, Epic Will Skip Google Play

    6 days ago - By GameSpot

    Epic has shared a few more details about the upcoming Android release of Fortnite. After launching on iOS back in April, the phenomenally popular battle royale game is coming to Android devices this summer , and the developer has now revealed that the game won't be available through the Google Play store like most other games for the platform. That allows Epic to make more money on each purchase in the free-to-play game, but it means that users will have to go through a somewhat unconventional process to download and install it. Epic confirmed to GameSpot that Android users will not be...
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  • Fortnite Android Beta Invites Going Out As Samsung Device Exclusive For A Few Days

    Fortnite Android Beta Invites Going Out As Samsung Device Exclusive For A Few Days

    6 days ago - By GameSpot

    Epic Games' wildly popular battle royale title, Fortnite , is getting a beta release on Android on August 9; however, this will initially be exclusive to Samsung devices. As detailed by CNET , Fortnite beta invites will be sent first to Samsung device owners, and it can be downloaded to Samsung Galaxy S7 phones and above, which means the S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, S9, S9 Plus. The exclusivity period for Samsung will last from August 9 to August 12, during which it can be downloaded through the Fortnite Android website. The Fortnite beta will become widely available on other Android...
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