The most popular battle royal game among twitch streamers in now available on an android phone. After its huge success on PC, PS4, Xbox, and iOS device. Its still in beta mode for Android user, though it is not available for download on Google play store.\u00a0The Android release has apparently been delayed as we recently reported that it will be\u00a0launching as an exclusive\u00a0with the\u00a0Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This exclusivity will supposedly last 30 days. After 30 days, Fortnite for Android devices will become available for all supported Android devices. If you\u2019re wondering if your device will be supported, we\u2019ve got the list of supported Android devices taken straight from Epic Games\u2019 own website.\r\n\r\nThese devices include the latest Google Pixel phones, Huawei, LG, Samsung, and more phones. What these devices have in common is that they are all powerful enough to run the game. The reason the list is so short is likely because Epic Games is continuously testing and optimizing the game for each Android device before allowing the device to run the game. Android smartphones not included in the list like the Essential Phone, first-generation Google Pixel phones, LG G7 ThinQ, Sony Xperia XZ2, Nokia 7.1 Plus, and more should be more than able to run Fortnite Mobile on Android once they\u2019re white-listed by Epic Games.\r\nDevices That will surely\u00a0run Fortnite for Android when released:\r\n\r\n \tGoogle\u00a0Pixel 2\r\n \tGoogle\u00a0Pixel 2 XL\r\n \tHuawei Mate 10\r\n \tHuawei Mate 10 Lite\r\n \tHuawei Mate 10 Pro\r\n \tHuawei P10\r\n \tHuawei P10 Plus\r\n \tHuawei P10 Lite\r\n \tHuawei P9\r\n \tHuawei P9 Lite\r\n \tHuawei P8 Lite (2017)\r\n \tLG G6\r\n \tLG V30\r\n \tLG V30+\r\n \tMotorola\u00a0Moto E4 Plus\r\n \tMotorola\u00a0Moto G5\r\n \tMotorola\u00a0Moto G5 Plus\r\n \tMotorola\u00a0Moto G5s\r\n \tMotorola Moto G5s Plus\r\n \tMotorola\u00a0Moto Z2 Play\r\n \tNokia 6\r\n \tRazer Phone\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy A5 (2017)\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy A7 (2017)\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy J7 Prime (2017)\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy J7 Pro (2017)\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy Note 8\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy On7 (2016)\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S9\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S9+\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S7\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S7 edge\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S8\r\n \tSamsung\u00a0Galaxy S8+\r\n \tSony\u00a0Xperia XA1\r\n \tSony\u00a0Xperia XA1 Ultra\r\n \tSony Xperia XA1 Plus\r\n \tSony\u00a0Xperia XZ\r\n \tSony\u00a0Xperia XZs\r\n \tSony\u00a0Xperia XZ1\r\nRelease Date:\r\nAll of the mentioned Android smartphones will support Fortnite Mobile on Android. If we believe the Epic Games' website. According to our own source, the game will launch on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th with the phone releasing on August 24th. According to\u00a09to5Google, it will become available\u00a0about 30 days afterward on September 23rd. If you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 you will receive $100-$150 worth of V-Bucks for free. V-Bucks can be used to purchase in-game skins, dances, the battle pass, gliders, and pickaxes. These are all cosmetic and provide no in-game advantage. Even though the list of supported Android devices currently only includes 40 phones, it is very likely that more phones will be supported before and after the launch date, so don\u2019t worry if your device isn\u2019t on the list yet.\r\n\r\nFor more awesome Tech Content Like us on\u00a0Facebook, Follow us on\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Pinterest\u00a0and Subscribe to Our\u00a0YouTube Channel.