Earlier this year, Samsung released its Galaxy Book Flex 2-in-1 laptop in May, and most recently, in September, the company released the Galaxy Book Flex 5G on the market. Now, the successor to the original Galaxy Book has been launched.
Samsung today launched the Galaxy Book Flex 2 in South Korea. The device has the same 2-in-1 design as the 360-degree rotatable screen. It also comes with support for the Smart S Pen stylus.
It has two display size options-13.3 inches and 15.6-inches, and provides QLED Full HD + touch screen panels. The laptop under the hood uses the latest 11th generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processors.
The 13.3-inch model includes Intel Iris Xe graphics, while the 15.6-inch model comes with an NVIDIA MC450 GPU for processing graphics tasks. It can be configured with up to 16GB LPDDR4X RAM and 1TB SSD for storage.
There are two 5W AKG stereo speakers, and the device also supports fingerprint recognition. It also has a 13MP camera, which should come in handy, especially when people work from home and rely on a webcam to attend meetings and collaborate with colleagues.
The device is powered by a 69.7Wh battery. Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 has two color options-black and purple. Its starting price is RMB 1.845 million (approximately $1683) and the highest is RMB 2.83 million (approximately $2581).
At the same time, the company also launched the Galaxy Flex 2 5G, which, as the name suggests, has built-in support for 5G connections.
The model was announced in September, but the company did not disclose its price. It will be available in royal silver at a price of 2.725 million won, or approximately US$2,468.