In case you wanted to play Fortnite, the most appreciated Battle Royale title at the moment, on mobile devices, you must have had a high-performance handset. That, luckily, changed now, as Fortnite Mobile is now supporting even more smartphones than ever.
More than two weeks ago, Epic Games’ Fortnite commenced its 7th season, and on this occasion, Epic Games brought a new frosty area to the game, as well as many new skins, loots, weapons, and challenges.
Just recently, the developers rolled out a second update to version 7.10, which is significant, in particular, for Fornite Mobile players. Accordingly, Fortnite Mobile is now also supporting mid-range smartphones, besides high-end handsets as it did until now.
According to the release notes, Fortnite for Android devices is now also working flawlessly on smartphones powered by Snapdragon 670 or Snapdragon 710.
Fortnite Mobile Is Now Supporting Even More Smartphones
As mentioned above, Fortnite Mobile now supports mid-range Android smartphones packing Snapdragon 610 and Snapdragon 710. Accordingly, the Android version of the famous Battle Royale title released by Epic Games is now working flawlessly also on smartphones like the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, the Samsung Galaxy A8s and Oppo R17.
According to some reports, Fortnite Mobile support for Samsung Galaxy A9 and Nokia 8.1 would also be added soon.
In the meantime, Fortnite for Android runs smoothly on Asus ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, 5Z, and V, Essential PH-1, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel and Pixel XL (2016), Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Mate RS, Huawei Honor 10, Huawei P20, P20 Pro, Huawei View 10, Huawei Nova 3, LG G5 (2016), LG G6 (2017), LG G7, G7 ThinQ, LG V20, LG V30 and V30 Plus, Nokia 8, OnePlus 5 and 5T, OnePlus 6, Razer Phone, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, Xiaomi Blackshark, Mi 5, 5S and 5S Plus, Xiaomi Mi 6 and 6 Plus, Mi 8, 8 Explorer and 8SE, Mi Mix, Mix 2 and Mix 2S, Mi Note 2, ZTE Axon 7 and 7S, Axon M, Axon Nubia and Nubia Z11, Axon Z17 and 17S.
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