had a lot to bare for IFA 2020, but it wasn't quite done after the deluge of phones and tablets.The tech firm has announced a 5G edition of its Galaxy Book Flex that may keep the 2-in-1 laptop online anyplace you go — when it's safer to travel, anyway.This is Samsung's first 5G-equipped computing device.It's a serious improve even if you stay at home. The new Flex is one of the first laptops using Intel's 11th Gen Core processors, which promise massive leaps in performance without compromising on battery life. Samsung didn't define the precise processors in use, but they're going to be higher-end Core i5 and i7 models with Intel's quicker Xe integrated pictures. You can also expect Thunderbolt 4 help.The best new laptops and Chromebooks
The system is differently much just like the Galaxy Book Flex you remember, however that's not always a bad thing. The 13. 3-inch system boasts an S Pen (with the most recent edition of Samsung Notes), Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5. 1, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to a 512GB solid-state drive. It's light for a laptop at slightly below 2.8lbs, even though that puts it on the heavier side for pills.Samsung hasn't targeted where the Flex 5G will ship or how much it costs, even though which you can safely presume it'll carry a top class over standard models. Given how few 5G laptops (let alone convertibles) are for sale, though, that extra cost may be justifiable if you expect to be away from Wi-Fi in the future.
Dated : 2020-10-30 21:49:02
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