Wednesday, October 30th 2019

Samsung Delivers a New Computing Experience with Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion

Samsung Electronics today introduced Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion at the Samsung Developer Conference 2019 (SDC19), two premium laptops offering ultra-portable and ultra-powerful computing experiences to meet the unique needs of modern professionals for their always on-the-go lifestyles. Today's on-the-go consumers need PCs that deliver maximum productivity, while being mobile enough to take wherever you're going. Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion were built for that and more, offering a seamless continuity across multiple devices.

"Consumers often have to choose between mobility and high-performance hardware when choosing a laptop," said YoungGyoo Choi, Senior Vice President of, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. "Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion eliminate the need to compromise by offering powerful performance with unparalleled portability and display innovation."
New Laptops with New Innovations

Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion feature the world's first QLED Display on a laptop, offering a vivid, true-to-life viewing experience. Outdoor Mode, enabled by a maximum 600-nit display capability, ensures every detail is clear even under bright sunlight. Both devices make it easy to go cordless thanks to long-lasting batteries and power-conserving displays. Samsung's industry-leading Wireless PowerShare feature can also charge any of your Qi-compatible smartphones, Galaxy Buds or wearables with the laptop's touchpad. Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion both exemplify Samsung's design legacy for an ultra-thin and light device that easily slips into bags and backpacks without the added bulk.

Co-engineered with Intel as part of the Project Athena innovation program, Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion passed rigorous testing to meet the program's targets for advanced computing experiences and specifications to enable exceptional responsiveness, high efficiency battery life and instant action. Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion also boast 10th Gen Intel Core processors for intelligent performance and stunning entertainment, and Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) and Thunderbolt 3, industry-leading wireless and wired standards for fast, flexible and easy connectivity.

"We are building on our long history with Samsung to drive innovation and bring new mobile computing experiences to market," said Gregory Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group. "The introduction of Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion, the first Project Athena-verified laptops from Samsung and both based on 10th Gen Intel Core, showcase what can be achieved when we bring great engineering talent together to work towards a united vision of a new computing experiences of the future."

Galaxy Book Flex: A Powerful, Portable, Premium 2-in-1
Galaxy Book Flex is designed for people who need the latest and greatest technology to help them push the envelope and achieve more. Galaxy Book Flex can handle every demanding task thrown at it, from perfecting the latest line of code to sketching the latest artistic creation. Galaxy Book Flex's 360-degree hinge lets the user experience the device both as a tablet and a PC. Designed for the road, Galaxy Book Flex sports an aluminium body for added protection with a "Royal Blue" finish that will turn heads. With the enhanced S Pen's new gesture controls, you can quickly switch slides in PowerPoint during a presentation, or rewind a video you're showing to friends using just your hand. Optimized S Pen apps provide a powerful writing and drawing experience across the device. Access to the expansive PENUP community is also available for the first time ever on a laptop, allowing users to easily create and share their favorite sketches. And built-in biometric credentialing, powered by Windows Hello, provides peace of mind even in the most unfamiliar places.

Galaxy Book Ion: An Advanced, Agile, Ultra-Lightweight PC
Galaxy Book Ion was built for the on-the-go professional who isn't bound to a desk. Made with ultralight magnesium, its clamshell frame and ultrathin design were engineered specifically with portability in mind, measuring just 12.9/14.9mm thick and weighing less than a kilogram. Galaxy Book Ion's 15.6-inch version comes with an additional SSD and DDDR4 RAM slot, boosting PC performance without adding any bulk. Featuring a luxurious "Aura Silver" color, Galaxy Book Ion offers a spectrum of hues at every angle, giving it a premium look to complement its portable design.

Both Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion will be available in two sizes, 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch, starting from December in select market. For more information about Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion, visit,

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5 Comments on Samsung Delivers a New Computing Experience with Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion

This would be fantastic if I worked in a corporate setting or well any job that requires a lot of computer use and mobility. I hate crappy screens, QLED would be very nice ^^
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I like the specs on these. IMO no need for anything higher than a FHD screen for the intended purposes of this laptop but why are they still using the MX250 GPU? I would have to think there are better options out there that can help save battery life
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How is this a new experience? The surface book 2 has been out for a while now and it's pretty much the same thing.
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The Exiled Airman
Specs all look about the same, just go with whats cheapest.
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Minus Infinity
Ruined it with the garbage 16:9 aspect ratio. Microsoft's surface's aren't perfect and ovepriced but that 3:2 aspect is perfect, even Dell has gone to 16:10 for it's new (ridiculously overpriced) XPS 13 2-in-1.
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