Lenovo Flex 5G ultrabook with Snapdragon processor goes on sale this week

Lenovo today announced the launch of the Flex 5G ultrabook, also known as Yoga 5G outside the U.S. The first information about him appeared in May 2019, and the device was officially presented at CES this year. This is the first 5G PC to hit the market.

Lenovo Flex 5G is built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx 5G chipset, which is also equipped with Samsung Galaxy Book S and Microsoft Surface Pro X, although the chip configurations are still slightly different. The difference is that in Lenovo ultrabook the chipset works in conjunction with the Snapdragon X55 5G modem. It supports Sub6 and mmWave 5G, which is an impressive achievement. Dell and HP also announced PCs with Qualcomm 5G modems, but with Intel processors, but they only support Sub6.

Weight Lenovo Flex 5G is a modest 1.3 kg. The overall design of the device is similar to the Lenovo Yoga C630, although the Flex 5G is slightly larger because it is equipped with a 14-inch screen with Full HD resolution. The device will be available for purchase from Verizon, an American mobile operator, from June 18 at a price of $ 1399.99. Later this year, the device will appear in other countries under the name Yoga 5G.

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