Yesterday, EpicGames released the patch notes for Fortnite v. 7.10. The new update brings a plethora of new changes and bug fixes, however, we didn’t see much in the way of new items. You can read all about the new update here. Coming to the topic of today’s article, I found an interesting bit of info under the Mobile section of the patch notes for the latest update. Apparently, Fortnite Mobile now supports Android Smartphones that feature Snapdragon 670 and 710 processors.
As someone who doesn’t play Fortnite Mobile much or mobile games in general, I didn’t even know there was a limitation to which chipsets can run the game which cannot. However, it is a welcome addition by EpicGames as more mobiles will now support the game and seeing how Fortnite and Fortnite Mobile is all the rage these days, it can only help when more devices are supported.
Fortnite Mobile Can Now Be Played On Android Smartphones With Snapdragon 670 and 710 CPUs
Like I mentioned earlier, the recent most patch notes state under the “mobile” heading that devices running Snapdragon 670 and 710 chipsets will now be able to run Fortnite Mobile.
Smartphones such as Samsung A8S that was just recently released and which is the first ever Infinity-O display Android Smartphone will now support Fortnite Mobile along with many more devices such as those mentioned above.
Moreover, those devices boasting a 670 Snapdragon chipset will now also be able to run Fortnite although not many Android Devices make use of this particular chip.
Interestingly, Samsung A9 was mentioned by name and not by the chipset it uses which is Snapdragon 660. Does this mean that only Samsung A9 is supported and the not the chipset running it?
This is it, for now, do let me know in the comments if you have questions or thoughts you’d like to share.