Samsung first OLED gaming monitor, is the 34-inch ODYSSEY OLED G8.
Samsung Gaming Hub will also be included in this gaming monitor, which willl let you stream games from different services like Nvidia’s Geforce Now, Xbox Game Pass and Google Stadia. You can also stream movies from services like Amazon Prime, Netflix and the newly upgraded Samsung TV Plus.
Samsung G8 Specifications-
3,440 x 1.440 panel with a refresh rate of 175Hz
1800R Curve(comparatively flat when compared to Odyssey G9 and the Ultra-gear 45GR95QE)
Supported by AMD FreeSync Premium.(Dynamically adjusts the monitor’s refresh with what your GPU will be putting out which will reduce the stuttering and tearing while gaming)
Comes with a height and tilt adjustable stand
Built in 5W stereo speaker
Micro HDMI 2.1, Mini DisplayPort 1.4, and USB-C
With The upgraded version of Core Lightning Plus System you can throw colours on the wall that match what’s on your screen. You can also talk to and control IOT devices using Samsung’s SmartThings app.
Samsung , with it’s technology has been quite impressive with the charge on quantum dot OLED , QD-OLED. This technology of Samsung has shown very good results , it was put into gaming like the Alienware AW3423DW. But Samsung hasn’t given any statements regarding the question that will it be using it’s QD-OLED panels in the G8 OLED. And Samsung hasn’t responded to the press’s request on clarification on what panel the monitor is using.
If you look at the price , it will be a more than decent monitor for the market.We will be able to buy them home from Q4 2022 globally.
The features of Odyssey OLED G8 features are quite impressive, such as the upgraded lighting system and Gaming Hub, and it will be making it’s way into 2023 lineup of gaming monitors. Samsung is slowly and steadily heading towards a company which can make some incredible changes for it’s consumers.