Samsung held one of their Unpacked events on August 7 giving customers a first look at their brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ line.
As part of their showcase stream, the event also featured and highlighted the upcoming free to play Call of Duty: Mobile game as one of the games set to be fully optimized for the Note10 devices.
They showcased that the Note10 will allow online play for the Call of Duty: Mobile game, even giving a glimpse at some gameplay for the game.
Samsung also announced that their Galaxy Note 10 devices will also have Discord support, allowing players to chat with their friends on Discord while playing mobile games including Call of Duty: Mobile.
Call of Duty: Mobile is still in beta testing in select regions only on both iOS and Android. The game will be free to play and is set to launch in all regions soon. Activision has stated more information will come in the days and weeks ahead.
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