Expanding its portfolio of laptops, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion as the world's first laptops to sport QLED displays.
The premium laptops come with 10th-generation Intel Core processors, AKG-tuned speakers, and Wireless PowerShare feature that'll allow you to wirelessly charge compatible devices by placing them on the laptop's touchpad.
Here's our roundup.
The Galaxy Book Flex and Ion are offered in 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch sizes and they feature full-HD QLED screens. Meanwhile, the Flex range offers a 360-degree convertible design with S-Pen support whereas the Ion range has a regular design with a magnesium body.
Further, both models offer Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, AKG stereo speakers, a fingerprint sensor, backlit keyboard, and at least 9-hour battery life.
The Galaxy Book Flex range of laptops are powered by the 10th-generation Ice Lake Intel Core processors, paired with upto 16GB LPDDR4x RAM, and upto 1TB NVMe SSD.
Further, the 13.3-inch variants come with upto Intel Iris Plus graphics whereas the 15.6-inch models get upto 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX250.
There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports, USB Type-C port, UFC-microSD combo, and a headphone jack.
The Galaxy Book Ion line-up comes with 10th-generation Comet Lake Intel Core processors, combined with upto 16GB RAM and upto 1TB SSD storage
As for connectivity, there's a Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, and a headphone jack.
As of now, Samsung has not revealed the pricing of the Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion models. We expect the South Korean tech giant to share more details when the premium laptops go on sale in the US early next year.
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