We have reports that Samsung is looking forward to step up its laptop game in 2020 and so the company is expanding its Galaxy Book line by adding a new lower-cost model to the series.
Samsung is adding the Galaxy Book Flex Alpha to the series, and the device is a thin and light 13-inch notebook that is equipped with a QLED display. If you have seen the laptop over the internet and you are fascinated by its features and design, then you have to shell $830 in order to bring the device home, but this will only happen after Samsung launches the notebook in the first half of 2020.
Besides the base model, which will cost $830, there are some premium models, including Galaxy Book Ion and Flex, and you have to spend an expected amount of $1,100 and $1,400, respectively, in order to purchase any one of those.
The first laptops with Samsung’s QLED displays were, Galaxy Book Flex and ion, and both the devices were designed to offer higher power savings while reaching a maximum brightness of 600 nits in an “Outdoor Mode.” The Flex Alpha has the same technology, and it complies with the same luminosity measures and operates on full HD-just like premium machines.
The Alpha also looks like it’s very attractive and impressively light stable counterparts from press photos that Samsung showcased on the website. The newest member, which is Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, will weigh 1.19kg (about 2.6 pounds), while the Galaxy Book Flex weighs a bit closer at 1.1kg. On the other hand, Book Ion starts at 0.9 kg.
The latest 13.9 mm profile is only a thicker hair than the other two 13-inch versions (12.9 mm), which shouldn’t be quite noticeable. But we have to wait to put our hands on the device to say more on that part.