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Samsung May Soon Launch Its Foldable Display Laptop; Lags Behind Lenovo

by Shatakshi Gupta

After much success with the galaxy fold series, South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly working on a folding laptop. As per the leaks, the name of this folding laptop will be ‘Galaxy Book Fold 17’. The company has recently launched Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3. Now the company is eyeing the laptop market. To compete in this segment Samsung is working on futuristic laptops.

What you can expect from this laptop?

 It is being told that a 17-inch foldable display will be given in Samsung Galaxy Book Fold 17. The concept SID of this device was showcased in 2021. However, the real product might differ from showcase.During the showcase, the device was presented with minimal bezels and an under-display camera. However, it is not yet confirmed whether these features will be given in this foldable laptop or not. But this concept will certainly revolutionize the laptop market by making them more compact. It is expected that more and more information about this laptop will be made available in the coming weeks.

Not the first of its kind:

Talking about the foldable laptop, Lenovo has overtaken Samsung as it has already launched its foldable laptop. The company has launched ThinkPad X1 Fold this year. Its starting price in India is Rs 3,29,000. Talking about its features, it comes with a foldable graphite layer. It optimizes cooling and eliminates overheating. Talking about the features of Think Pad X1 Fold:

  • It has a 13.3-inch 2K OLED DCI-P3 95% touchscreen, with 4:3 display ratio that comes with 2048 x 1536 pixels.
  • Laptop can be folded from the middle of the body.
  • The laptop is powered with Intel Core i5 processor.

It comes with 8GB RAM and 1TB PCIe-NVMe M.2 2242 SSD.

Also read: Galaxy Z Fold 2: Samsung Unveils The Latest Member Of Its Foldable Series

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