Samsung has just unveiled its new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ smartphones, with the company teaming with Acitivsion to get Call of Duty: Mobile preloaded onto the phones.
Samsung isn't a stranger to preloading the most popular mobile games on the market on its phones, where in 2018 it launched the Galaxy Note 9 with Fortnite Mobile for Android. This time, Call of Duty: Mobile is in beta and will be out in the next few months both on Android, and iOS.
Call of Duty: Mobile is meant to be the next big thing in mobile gaming, and could dethrone PUBG but Fortnite? We'll have to wait and see. The problem Samsung is having is that Call of Duty: Mobile is available in Australia and Canada, but not the US right now.
No one would buy a new Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ just for Call of Duty: Mobile, but it's a nice addition to an already kick ass smartphone.
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