Samsung display announced the start of serial production of a new monitor 31.5-inch QD-OLED with Ultra HD resolution(3840×2160). It is a panel manufactured using inkjet printing technology on the Quantum Dot layer, achieving a pixel density of 140 pixels per inch thanks to an optimization of the printing nozzle and spray volume, achieving an equivalent density to a 65-inch panel becomes. inch 8K panel.
“Monitors have a shorter viewing distance than televisions, so users’ sensitivity to image quality is particularly high. Currently, QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution is common for general-purpose monitors in the 30-inch range, so consumers who enjoy high-definition video content and gaming will strongly prefer Ultra HD products,” commented a company spokesperson.
Samsung Display is also targeting the gaming monitor market with the introduction of a monitor 27-inch QHD QD-OLED with 360Hz refresh rateThis makes it practically the first OLED panel with such a high refresh rate, contributing to a fast response time of 0.03 milliseconds and offering ideal performance for competitive gamers.
The company also plans to launch new ultra-high resolution, high refresh rate products in collaboration with global customers in early 2024.
Industry estimates suggest that shipments of OLED monitors, currently the key growth driver in the high-end monitor market, will reach 600,000 units in 2023, more than four times the previous year. Samsung Display aims to more than double QD-OLED monitor shipments compared to last year by targeting the premium monitor market a diverse range of products including 27, 31.5, 34 and 49 inch monitors.