Samsung has now launched the Galaxy Book Flex notebook, which uses a QLED screen. This notebook comes with Intel’s 10th generation Core chip and supports the Samsung S Pen. The Core i5 / 16GB / 512GB version is now available for 10499 yuan ($1521).
In terms of design, the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex notebook uses a 13.3-inch QLED display, 1080p resolution, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, 125% sRGB color gamut, 600nit brightness, and the border thickness is only 3.9mm. The notebook body is 12.9 mm thick and it weighs about 1.16kg.
This notebook supports wireless charging for mobile phones. However, this feature works for only Samsung or WPC Qi-enabled phones. In terms of configuration, it uses Intel’s tenth-generation Core processors. It also comes with 16GB LPDDR4X 3733 high-frequency RAM and 512GB NVMe solid-state drive.
In terms of interface, this device comes with a Thunderbolt 3 interface and USB-C interface. The multi-function card slot is compatible with UFS and microSD cards.
The Galaxy Book Flex features the world’s first QLED Display on a laptop, offering a vivid, true-to-life viewing experience. Outdoor Mode, enabled by a maximum 600-nit display capability, ensures every detail is clear even when you’re working in the bright sunlight. This device makes it easy to go cordless thanks to long-lasting batteries and power-conserving displays. Samsung’s best-in-class Wireless PowerShare can also charge any of your Qi-compatible smartphones, Galaxy Buds or wearables with your laptop’s touchpad. Galaxy Book Flex exemplifies Samsung’s design legacy for an ultra-thin and light device that easily slips into bags and backpacks without the added bulk.