Falling under its Odyssey series, the biggest difference aesthetically from other current curved models is the swap to a flat construction. Top of the line is the new G7 28 (G70), and as you’d expect, it carries 4K 144Hz capabilities, meaning you’ll be able to push your PS5 or Xbox Series X to its maximum 4K 120fps performance at ease through the HDMI 2.1 support. The IPS monitor also boasts 1ms response times, 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, and can work in tandem with NVIDIA G-SYNC or AMD FreeSync Premium Pro.
For those who don’t require 4K resolutions and are looking for a more budget-friendly option, Samsung has also introduced the G5 27 (G50A), a 1440p display at 165Hz as well as two G3 1080p models at 144Hz.
There’s currently no official release information regarding the G7 and G5, but the G3 models will arrive on July 1 over on Amazon for $250 USD for the 27-inch option and $220 USD for the 24-inch option. You can learn more over on Samsung’s website.
Elsewhere in gaming-related news, Nintendo has finally responded to rumors about a new Switch release.