Last year, Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex, which came in both 13- and 15-inch variants.
Today, before the launch of CES, the company has announced a new, apparently lower-cost member of this line, the Galaxy Book Flex α.
This new device shares much with the original, with a convertible form factor, a 13.3-inch Full HD QLED touchscreen display, and 10th-generation Intel processors.
The screen also supports an active style, as in the previous model, but does not come with an S Pen.
Warehouse configurations are also the same, with up to 1TB SSD of storage.
The differences start in the amount of RAM, which increases to 12 GB on the Flex α, instead of 16 GB on the original Flex.
The processors also seem to be not exactly the same, as the device only has Intel UHD Graphics.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Flex α will be available in the United States in the first half of the year, starting at $ 829.99.