Samsung Galaxy Book Flex Unboxing! - Galaxy User Guide

Hey everyone Tim Schofield here it is time to check out Samsung newest laptop the Galaxy book flex, and this is a Windows laptop that also turn into a tablet with some very unique features. It includes that inside the laptop so I am curious to see what this mechanism is. Gonna, be like to pop the pen out and, of course, since it turns to a tablet mode, that's great for note-taking, drawing and others. We will also test a lot of that and check out more of the features of the galaxy book flex. And now there is only one model so that you really don't have any choices between different processors or different storage.

This has the latest Intel 10th gen i7 processor, along with 8 gigs of RAM and 512 gigs of SSD storage, so right away, very cool looking blue color to the galaxy book flex, setting the laptop to the side for just a second, let's see what else comes in the box, it does have an ejection tool for the micro SD card slot. Possibly you wear the tip of the s pen and other things so nice of Samsung that you need to include these extras and finally you have our AC adapter that does not disconnect from our USB Type-C cable and here is just a look at these stats. Let's take a closer look at the Galaxy book Flex in that blue color.

So it is not going to slide on the left side : a headphone jack, a standard, a USB type-c slot, a micro SD card slot for expandable storage, a welcome addition or just transferring files. They included them, and now right here is where the S Pen is kind of nice. It protrudes from the side a little bit so you can kind of feel where it is gonna be push in and it springs out, and you could just go ahead and pull the s-pen any close. It does have a button for some actions and if you want to just go ahead and click this, like a normal pen. Putting the S Pen back into the laptop is very easy. You do have your power button on the right side and another one of those speakers like in all my laptop videos.

Here it seems like they could have made it a little bit deeper, so that my finger could fit into it. I had to go at it with my nail to get it open, but was pretty happy that the one-handed test was passed so easily. It has enough weight down at the bottom so that it doesn't even tilt up and here's a look at the front with the keyboard and the touch pad, which also can charge your devices wirelessly. It is Qi enabled in the bottom right, like I, said tenth generation, i7 processor, with Intel, iris, plus graphics and a whole blue style on the trackpad and keyboard. I am going to run this in just a second and quickly run through the startup process and will talk only about anything. That is noteworthy setting up that fingerprint scanner.

Let's go ahead and place our finger and lift it up and set it down definitely feels like a large area to really scan our fingerprint. Now it says, try a different angle: let's go ahead and do that real, quick move, your finger a different time each time, but an interesting placement like I mentioned I don't think it will actually be a problem, while typing more in the full review. All right, we all are set up. As you can tell it does, it turns it to a tablet all the way around and it is full touchscreen. I had to leave the laptop for a quick charge, but I thought I could actually test that fingerprint scanner seemed to work really well here.

I shut down the laptop so I'm gonna press the power button to turn it on and I notice one thing when I am in tablet mode that I can actually find and place my pointer finger on this fingerprint scanner. Hertz, pretty excited to really check out this display and of course it does have minimal bezels surrounding it. With the laptop unlocking, the s-pen will actually bring up a group of options. Smart select, screen right, live message, show window, so there are multiple options similar to that of the Galaxy Note. Not only that, but of course, with use of the stylus and on the touch screen it should be much more precise than your fingers should be and, of course, since it folds into a tablet there are multiple ways to use it.

If you want to set it on a desk like that, one thing I notice is that the screen does rock a little bit when you go ahead and tap it a little bit more than other laptops. If you want to reduce fan noise, there is a big thing: Wireless power share which we will turn on to charge our trackpad wirelessly. There are also a couple of different ones: battery life extender battery plus mode. You can also really change the display color with Q LED, whether you want a standard dynamic reading natural professional profile. So it's kind of up to you to test the different colorings and figure out what you're looking for. There's HDr+, there's even an outdoor mode I'm going to activate because you will see that the screen has got even brighter.

So what you do is press the button and go ahead and gesture up and what's going to happen? Is it going to go ahead and raise that volume when I make that specific gesture? All you really need is a Qi compatible wireless charging device such as the galaxy butts plus, and go ahead and turn that on and the light is on so it is charging my wireless earbuds kind of cool. One thing I noticed is that the trackpad will not work as expected while your wireless charger will turn off if it does not detect a device so as to save more battery and overall. I want to talk about for now, with the galaxy book Flex be sure to click that subscribe. Buttons are notified when I go live with that full review, pretty sleek looking device with that blue color, and drop a comment..

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