Samsung released the Odyssey G9 monitor last year, the monitor is the world’s first monitor that supports HDR10+. It utilizes a 49-inch curved QLED panel with a resolution of 5120×1440 and an aspect ratio of 32:9. The curvature is 1000R.
Additionally, it has a high refresh rate of 240Hz, a response time of 1ms, and a peak brightness of 1000nits. The display also covers 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and is compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, and is priced at 1.9 million won.
Samsung declared last month that it will launch a new Odyssey G9 display, without revealing any details. However, a Chinses Taobao store has leaked the detailed configuration of the display.
Samsung’s new Odyssey G9 display appeared on Taobao: 5120×1440 resolution, HDR 2000 From the information on the product details page, the new Odyssey G9 display has not changed in most places.
The biggest highlight is that it has 2048 local dimming zones, the contrast has been increased to 4000:1, and the peak brightness has reached 2000nits. VESA DisplayHDR 2000 certification, the peak brightness has been doubled.
The highest VESA DisplayHDR certification is currently DisplayHDR 1400 certification. If the product information is true, then the new Odyssey G9 display is expected to become the first VESA DisplayHDR 2000 certified display.
Additionally, the product page shows that the displayed cost is 29,999 yuan (4,579.09 USD), but the value of the previous generation is about 11,000 yuan. It is not expected that there will be such a big increase, and it is more likely to occupy a place.