Samsung reportedly working on Windows 10 laptops with OLED displays and 5G

Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G with its S Pen touching the display

Samsung's Galaxy Book lineup already includes some interesting pieces of hardware, like the Galaxy Book S and the Galaxy Book Flex 5G, but it seems we have more to look forward to. Last month, it was reported that two new devices, the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360, had received certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), and now, some more information has surfaced in a report by SamMobile.

According to the report, both of the upcoming devices will come in 13.3- and 15.6-inch variants, both sporting OLED displays, which are still somewhat uncommon in laptops. Samsung itself hasn't made many OLED laptops, and even last year's Galaxy Chromebook, which did have an AMOLED display, received a successor that opted for the cheaper QLED technology. On top of that, they'll both have support for the S Pen, making it easier to doodle and take notes on the screen.

On the inside, the laptops will come with Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processors, presumably 11th-gen Tiger Lake, and they'll come with Wi-Fi or cellular options. In the case of the Galaxy Book Pro, cellular connectivity is expected to be LTE, but the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is said to support 5G. Aside from that, the product names point at one being a traditional clamshell laptop and the other being a convertible.

Not much else is known about the two purported devices, but with Bluetooth certification out of the way, we may hear more from Samsung soon. One thing we might end up seeing is Samsung apps that make the PCs work better with Samsung's phones. A recent report shone a light on three Samsung apps for Windows 10 that could improve the connectivity between its devices, though it's unclear if they would be available for all Windows 10 devices or only its own.

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