Samsung is preparing a laptop-transformer Galaxy Book Flex with 5G support and a stylus

Last October, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Book Flex line of laptops and debuted the Galaxy Book Alpha earlier this year. One more model will be added to the lineup in the near future.

Samsung has filed an application with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) to register the Galaxy Book Flex 5G trademark. It belongs to class 9, the description of which includes tablet and laptop computers, computers, computer monitors, computer software applications.

LetsGoDigital has rendered the new device based on the documentation. It is assumed that it will be a convertible laptop with a 360-degree rotating touchscreen display that can be used as a laptop and tablet.

As the name suggests, the new product will support fifth-generation networks. A proprietary S Pen stylus is also expected in the kit. Perhaps it will be an updated pen, like the flagship Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the Galaxy Tab S7 tablets.

Most likely, the laptop will be presented this fall.

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