Samsung officially released its high-resolution display series for businesses and consumers. The new display lineup includes 12 different models, and this time, almost all Samsung models support HDR.
At the top of the list is the Samsung S8 flagship product lineup. There will be two 27-inch models to choose from, the models are S80A and S80UA. There is also a 32-inch model with the model number S80A. They are equipped with 1 billion colors (10-bit) IPS panel and 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3840×2160 pixels.
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Samsung claims that these displays are HDR10 compatible, but in fact they are not. The display can only output a brightness of 300 nit, which is lower than the minimum requirement of 400 nit in the VESA-certified DisplayHDR specification.
In addition, the Samsung S8 display uses a flat frameless design, supports 10Gbps data via USB-C, and a USB hub. The 27-inch S80UA model also brings support for 90W charging. Therefore, it can be used to quickly charge a notebook computer via the USB-C port.
The S8 display is also equipped with full rotation and tilt functions. The display also supports HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 input, and has an ultra-fast game response time of 5 milliseconds.
Unlike S8, S7 series monitors have only two models, namely the 27-inch S70A and the 34-inch S70A. Both models are equipped with flat-screen 4K displays that support HDR10 and 1.07 billion (10-bit) colors. This display is also equipped with a slim frame design and tilt adjustment.
There is also an S6 series, consisting of six models, ranging in size from 24 inches to 34 inches. The QHD resolution of five models is 2560×1440 pixels. S65UA is the largest model with a 34-inch curved display and UWQHD resolution of 3440×1440 pixels. All S6 models support 1.07 billion colors (10-bit) HDR10.