It sounds a ton like OLED, however, QLED display tech is a Samsung version of LED display technology that happens to control a portion of Samsung’s best TV sets. They’re still LCD TVs, so QLED shouldn’t be mistaken for LG’s prevalent OLED TV screen tech.
In any case, QLED is additionally a marketing term Samsung uses to separate itself from others. QLED screens can be utilized for different gadgets, not simply TVs, and Samsung just propelled a brand new laptop in front of CES 2020 which includes a QLED panel.
Samsung considers the new machine the Galaxy Book Flex α — articulated alpha — a variant of the Galaxy Book Flex.
The touchscreen QLED display estimates 13.3 inches and highlights Full HD resolution. Inside, we’re taking a gander at a 10th-gen Intel Core processor that will improve battery life and stretch out RAM support to 12GB. Different specs incorporate Intel UHD Graphics, in any event, 256GB of NVMe storage, Wi-Fi 6 support, Active Pen stylus support, and a fingerprint sensor.
Theoretical battery life sits at 17.5 hours which sounds stunning, albeit, similar to every other laptop, real-life usage might be extraordinary. All things considered, the battery accompanies Fast Charge support, which ought to improve charging times.
Additionally outstanding is the alpha’s weight and size — 1.19kg and a thickness of 13.9mm. The best part is that regardless you get a lot of ports, including USB-C, USB 3.0, HDMI, MicroSD, and 3.5mm earphone jack. The least expensive Galaxy Book Flex α will begin at $829.99 later in the first half of the year — that is with 8GB DDR4 RAM and 256GB of storage.