‘Fortnite’ might not even run on your midrange Android smartphone
Fortnite finally arrived on Android today alongside the launch of the Galaxy Note 9. The only catch is that it will be a Samsung exclusive for "the next few days," which means you'll only be able to play it on a Galaxy S7 or newer phone or tablet from Samsung. Within the next week or so, Fortnite will be available to all Android users, but even if you can technically install the game, there's a chance that your phone won't be able to actually run it.
On Thursday morning, XDA Developers shared a comprehensive list of the phones that will support the Fortnite beta at launch, and if you're not on a relatively recent flagship phone, you might be out of luck.
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