Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy Tab S7 Series, the Galaxy Watch 3 and the Galaxy Buds Live at the Galaxy Unpacked event earlier this week. It even warmed up the Galaxy Z Fold 2, which is likely to go on sale in October. Around the same time, Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy Book Flex 5G at the SDC in 2020.
The first Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion debuted in October 2019 and is the world’s first laptop with a QLED display. Later, the company unveiled another model in the series, the Galaxy Book Alpha, at the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show.
Recently, Samsung filed a trademark application with the EUROPEAN Union (EU Intellectual Property Office) (via LetsGoDigital) under the trademark “Samsung Book Flex 5G”. This suggests that the company may be launching a 5G version of the Galaxy Book Flex on the first anniversary.
The trademark was submitted by a company called Abril Abogados, which represents Samsung. In addition, although the trademark does not contain the word “Galaxy”, the product does refer to it as “Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G”.
Of course, this isn’t the world’s first 5G laptop, and the title belongs to the Lenovo Flex 5G with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx.