Lenovo Flex 5G with Snapdragon 8cx now on sale at Verizon for $1,400

Lenovo Flex 5G
Lenovo Flex 5G (Image credit: Lenovo)

What you need to know

  • The Lenovo Flex 5G is now available at Verizon.
  • The Flex 5G is powered by a Snapdragon 8cx with 5G connectivity.
  • You can grab the Lenovo Flex 5G now for $1,400 at Verizon.

Lenovo debuted the new Flexy 5G earlier this week, and now it's on sale at Verizon in the U.S. for $1,400. Powered by a Snapdragon 8cx, Lenovo is billing the Flex 5G as the "world's first 5G PC." The convertible laptop is the latest Windows 10 on ARM PC to hit the market.

The Flex 5G is compatible with both currently deployed forms of 5G networks. You'll be able receive both 5G millimeter wave full-band and sub-6GHz networks, giving access to a wide range of speeds. Lenovo also claims the Flex 5G can hit up to 24 hours of battery life.

Here's a full look at the Lenovo Flex 5G's specs:

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CategoryLenovo Yoga 5G
OSWindows 10 Pro
Display14-inch FHD IPS with touch400 nits
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 8cx
GraphicsQualcomm Adreno 680
Storage256GB UFS 3.0
Webcam720p IR camera
MicrophoneDual array
SecurityIR cameraFingerprint reader
Wireless5G mmWave5G Sub-6GHzBluetooth 5.011ac, 2x2
Ports2x USB-C Gen 23.5mm Audio jackNano SIM card slot
AudioUser-facing stereo speakers (Dolby Atmos)
ColorIron Grey
Dimensions12.65" x 8.46" x 0.57" (321.4mm x 215mm x 14.7mm)
WeightStarting at 1.35kg (2.97lbs)

The 14-inch PC largely borrows from Lenovo's etablished Yoga line, allowing the screen to be rotated 360 degrees from laptop to tablet view. Making that connection even stronger is the laptop will carry the Yoga 5G in other markets around the world.

Though the Flex 5G is only available via Verizon now, Lenovo says it expectes it to hit its website and other retailers in more regions later this year.

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