Last month, Intel announced their latest 11th Gen lineup of processors and companies have been releasing the updated computers with the same since then. Jumping the wagon, we have Samsung who has now launched their Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 powered by the latest CPUs from Intel.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2
The device comes with a 360–degree rotatable screen and offers support for Smart S Pen stylus. It is offered in two display sizes, 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch. Both panels have a QLED screen with Full HD resolution. In addition, the display also supports touch-based interaction. Under the hood, it’s powered by the Intel 11th-Gen Core i5 or i7 Processors. The smaller model packs Intel Iris Xe graphics whereas the larger one is powered by the NVIDIA MC450 GPU. The RAM capacity goes up to 16GB and the storage option maxes out at 1TB of SSD.
Coming to the other specifications, both laptops feature two 5W AKG stereo speakers and a fingerprint scanner for authentication. For the video calls, Samsung has included a 13MP camera on the top bezel of the display. Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 is backed up by a 69.7Wh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 starts at 1.845 million yuan (~ $1683) and goes all the way up to 2.83 million yuan (~$2581). It is available in Black and Purple.
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