This purported hands-on video, spotted by SlashLeaks, doesn't give us any explicit details about specs, price, or release date, but the 10-second clip does seemingly confirm that Samsung is going to ditch the home button in favor of more screen.
In the Internet appeared the video, which shows the new tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 top features. However, the rumour mill now suggests that upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will be the first Android device that'll come pre-loaded with the popular game Fortnite Battle Royale, which may be initially exclusive to the Note 9. This is when you can get around $150 worth of in-game features such as player skins etc.More news: Republicans seek to impeach US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
Why? Because making the first foldable phone makes you king of that concept - just look at the iPad and the Galaxy Note. We should see a couple more teasers of other as good as ever Note 9 tech throughout the following couple of days.More news: Greece declares state of emergency as at least 50 die in wildfires
Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, crossed USA $2 billion through in-game purchases, especially the popular game currency V-Bucks.
OEMs are aiming the folding smartphone for a release before the turn of this decade, with Samsung leading the pack. Although there is no mention as to which smartphone will get this first, it is most likely that these new V-Nand memory chips could debut with the Galaxy Note 9 and possibly in next year's rumoured Galaxy S10, based on the timing of the announcement.More news: Egyptian zoo accused of painting donkey to look like a zebra
Of course, the Note 9 is not the only hardware we expect to be announced at Unpacked. According to these sources, the Galaxy Note 9 launch will revolve around Fortnite. A month afterwards, the game will be released on the Google Play Store.