Samsung brings Galaxy Book S, Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book worldwide

Ruben Fields
June 1, 2020

Samsung has finally made the Intel-powered Galaxy Book S variant official. These premium laptops, created to offer a connected and seamless experience on all devices, are part of Samsung's Galaxy New Computing portfolio and mark Samsung's return to the personal computer market in Europe and Italy. It has yet to make an appearance in the US or European countries, but the Where to Buy page on the Canadian portal reveals an Intel Core i5-L16G7 processor with 4MB cache, a frequency of up to 3.0GHz, and integrated Intel UHD graphics. The Galaxy Book S also includes a Fingerprint Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor and Hall Sensor, as well as USB Type-C connectivity and 8GB RAM. The Intel Lakefield processor supports full Windows 10 application compatibility and can intelligently balance multiple processes while conserving battery power when not in use.

Galaxy Book S is the first device to offer this new Intel processor with Foveros 3D stacking technology and Hybrid Architecture that provides efficient high performance in a notebook.

Samsung hasn't revealed when the new Galaxy Book S will be available in other markets. The Galaxy Book S (2020) will be available in the United Kingdom in June, however, the exact date is not clarified. It weighs just 950 grams. It's important to note, though, that there is no fan on board, which is quite impressive for a device with a durable metal body.

The screen itself comes in at a resolution of 1920x1080, complete with up to 600 nits of brightness via a dedicated outdoor mode. The bright screen, which also supports touch interactions, allows you to feel connected to the device like never before and allows you to have a more fluid and productive working mode. With Microsoft's Your Phone feature, you can sync your mobile device to receive notifications, messages, cross-device copy & paste and photo transfer, all on the Galaxy Book S.

Samsung Galaxy Book S (2020) Laptop With Intel Lakefield Chip, 8GB of RAM Launched

Samsung announced Friday what could be the most interesting laptop in some time. Both devices offer the possibility to work easily and without cables thanks to long-lasting batteries and energy-saving displays. The 2020 Galaxy Book S is also the first laptop to use the new Intel Lakefield chip.

Samsung's Lakefield-powered Galaxy Book S does sound intriguing, however.

The Galaxy Book S also comes with Wi-Fi 6 and LTE connectivity and can be had with Windows 10 Home or Pro.

Galaxy Book Flex is designed for those who need the latest and most advanced technology for excellent results. Galaxy Book Flex, in fact, is able to manage even the most demanding activities, from writing lines of code to creating artistic creations.

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