Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 Gaming Monitor Is Set to Arrive Later This Month

Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 gaming monitor is set to arrive later this month for a reported fee of $2,199.99. With that type of price tag attached to it, it simply means that the 49-inch ultrawide OLED gaming monitor is probably as costly as your PC.

Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 Gaming Monitor

Samsung’s Odyssey OLED G9 Gaming Monitor

Samsung is at the moment getting ready to release its 49-inch OLED gaming monitor. The Odyssey OLED G9 (G95SC) as you should know is the “first OLED monitor to offer Dual Quad High Definition (5,120 x 1,440) resolution with a 32:9 aspect ratio,” according to Samsung. The monitor is available to preorder today priced at $2,199.99 and it is expected to start shipping on June 26th.

Initially announced at CES 2023, the Odyssey OLED G9 monitor includes a 1800R curve, a fast 240Hz refresh rate, as well as a 0.03ms response time all thanks to its OLED panel. Samsung is making use of its very own QD-OLED tech for this monitor, and not the Display OLED panels of LG. QD-OLED as you already should know differs from traditional OLED simply because it can, at higher brightness levels, produce a more contrast-rich type of picture.

Specs and Features

The Odyssey OLED G9 monitor as you should know includes a HDMI 2.1 port, Micro HDMI 2.1 port, a single DisplayPort (1.4), as well as a USB hub. The company, Samsung has equipped this very giant OLED monitor with a built-in speaker, too, as well as with support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and VESA Adaptive Sync. The giant monitor will also include Samsung’s Gaming Hub, with apps for Xbox Cloud Gaming as well as Nvidia GeForce Now.

The G93SC model of the newly launched Odyssey OLED G9 will go without the Gaming Hub, remote control, and smart TV features, and it will also be available in Q3 for an undisclosed and unspecified price.

Pricing and Availability

OLED gaming monitors as you already should know by now do not come cheap, but the OLED ultrawide of Samsung is considerably more than LG’s $1,699.99 45-inch UltraGear OLED curved gaming monitor that is already available on the market. There are however some big differences between the two in question, though. The one from LG is obviously four inches smaller, but it also makes use of the WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution at an aspect ratio of 21:9 with an 800R curve.

Availability and Preorder

Gamers and enthusiasts in question can now start pre-ordering the Odyssey OLED G9 from Samsung over at the moment from the website of the company and also from Best Buy.



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