Samsung may be renowned for its hugely-successful Galaxy line-up of smartphones, but the chaebol also makes a lot of other stuff, including laptops. Expanding its product portfolio, Samsung has launched a new laptop Flash which is both gorgeous and powerful. Launched in its home country of South Korea, Samsung Flash is priced at KRW 820,000 or approximately $725. That translates to a little over Rs 53,000. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Watch Active4 leaked renders show fresh design, flatter displayAlso Read - Samsung Galaxy S22 could get 50MP main rear camera sensor, not 108MP
Samsung Flash features a 13.3-inch Full HD panel with wide viewing angle. The Windows 10-based laptop comes with the operating system s enhanced security features like Windows Hello (for facial recognition), and features a fingerprint sensor on the keyboard as well. Speaking of, the Flash has a retro style keyboard with rounded keys that give it a distinct appearance. There s a three-dimensional palm rest included in the mix as well. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A22 5G India launch nearing as support page goes live
The Flash is no slouch when it comes to connectivity either. It comes with Intel s 802.11ac 2×2 Gigabit Wireless LAN card for enhanced download speeds of up to 1.7Gbps. There s support for both USB Type-C for connectivity with modern devices, and UFS (Universal Flash Storage) cards that can provide up to five times faster speeds than traditional microSD cards.
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Samsung Flash is available in three color variants Linen White, Twill Charcoal, and Soft Coral. The company has partnered with Korea Telecom (KT), South Korea s largest telecom operator, to offer some addition benefits to buyers. It ll also be offering a 64GB memory card to first 5,000 customers of the laptop.