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The 5 Best Samsung Monitors of 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Review Updates
  4. Best Monitor
  5. Best Upper Mid-Range
  6. Best Mid-Range
  7. Best Budget
  8. Best Cheap
  9. Comparison
  10. Lineup
  11. Page Updates
  12. Conclusion
  13. Discussions

Updated Apr 21, 2023 at 04:18 pm

By Nicholas Di Giovanni

We’ve tested over 25 Samsung monitors. Samsung’s monitor lineup is mainly known for their gaming models, so you’re sure to find the best Samsung gaming monitor for your needs. While they offer both high-end and cheap, entry-level models, only their highest-end models provide the best performance as they usually have premium features like HDMI 2. 1 bandwidth and Mini LED backlighting. Most of their monitors use VA panels, but they have some with IPS or OLED panels as well. Unfortunately, they’re known for their numerous bugs that have been an increasingly common issue with some models.

Samsung is also extremely well-known for their TVs; find out more about the Samsung TV lineup here.

Updates

  • 06/09/2023

    Samsung Odyssey Ark S55BG970 reviewed

  • 04/28/2023

    Samsung Smart Monitor M8 S32BM80 updated

  • 03/09/2023

    Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 reviewed

  • 02/09/2023

    Samsung Odyssey G6 S32BG65 reviewed

  • 01/24/2023

    Samsung Odyssey G7/G70B S32BG70 reviewed

Best Samsung Monitors

  1. Best Samsung Monitor

    Samsung LS34BG850SNXZA

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    Media Consumption

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    Media Creation

    8.8

    HDR

    9.2

    Size

    34″

    Pixel Type

    QD-OLED

    Max Refresh Rate

    175 Hz

    Variable Refresh Rate

    Yes

    Native Resolution

    3440 x 1440

    HDR10

    Yes

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    The Samsung LS34BG850SNXZA, otherwise known as the Samsung OLED G8, is the best Samsung monitor we’ve tested. It’s a fantastic high-end gaming monitor, making it the best Samsung gaming monitor. It’s their first monitor to use QD-OLED technology, the same technology they’ve introduced in some TVs like the Samsung S95C OLED. It allows the monitor to display perfect blacks in dark rooms while making colors look vivid. There are some drawbacks to this technology, as blacks look purple in bright rooms, and OLEDs like this one are prone to burn-in with exposure to the same static elements over time. If that’s a concern for you, the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 is a 240Hz super ultrawide display that has good picture quality, but it’s very expensive.

    If the burn-in isn’t a concern, you can get an immersive gaming experience with the OLED G8 thanks to its 21:9 ultrawide aspect ratio. It lets you see more of your game at once without moving around. It also has a 175Hz refresh rate and a near-instantaneous response time for smooth motion handling. It has low input lag for a responsive feel, but you need to update it to the latest firmware for it to be so low.

    See our review

  2. Best Upper Mid-Range Samsung Monitor

    Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75

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    8.2

    HDR

    8.0

    Size

    32″

    Pixel Type

    VA

    Max Refresh Rate

    165 Hz

    Variable Refresh Rate

    Yes

    Native Resolution

    3840 x 2160

    HDR10

    Yes

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    If you find the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 too expensive or are concerned about burn-in, an upper mid-range option like the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 is a good alternative. It’s very different from the OLED G8 because it doesn’t have an OLED panel for the same perfect black levels; instead, it uses Mini LED backlighting to get extremely bright, even brighter than the OLED G8. It also has a higher 4k resolution, and thanks to its HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, it can take full advantage of current-gen gaming consoles. It has a 165Hz refresh rate, but if you prefer something similar with an even higher 240Hz refresh rate, the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 is another option, but it also costs more.

    Both the Neo G7 and Neo G8 deliver an excellent gaming experience thanks to their quick response time with any frame rate, and they each have an optional backlight strobing feature to reduce persistence blur. The input lag is low on both monitors, and they have FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) support to reduce screen tearing. You can’t go wrong with the Neo G7 or Neo G8, so choosing one just depends on your budget.

    See our review

  3. Best Mid-Range Samsung Monitor

    Samsung LS32BG702ENXGO

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    Media Consumption

    7.7

    Media Creation

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    HDR

    7.1

    Size

    32″

    Pixel Type

    IPS

    Max Refresh Rate

    144 Hz

    Variable Refresh Rate

    Yes

    Native Resolution

    3840 x 2160

    HDR10

    Yes

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    If you don’t need all the high-end features and Mini LED backlighting of the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75, you can save money by getting a mid-range monitor like the Samsung LS32BG702ENXGO, also known as the Odyssey G7 S32BG70. It’s a 4k gaming monitor like the Neo G8, but the main difference is that its picture quality is worse in dark rooms because it has a lower contrast ratio. It also has a worse local dimming feature as it lacks Mini LED backlighting. If that doesn’t bother you, you’ll still be happy with its excellent gaming performance, and it has a 144Hz max refresh rate that you can achieve over a DisplayPort or HDMI connection.

    It’s great for gaming with the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S because it has HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, letting you take full advantage of the consoles. It has VRR support to reduce screen tearing, fairly low input lag for a responsive feel, and incredible motion handling. If you don’t need the 4k resolution, you can also consider the Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T, which is a 1440p gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, and it costs less.

    See our review

  4. Best Budget Samsung Monitor

    Samsung Odyssey G5 S27AG50

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    Gaming

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    Media Consumption

    7.2

    Media Creation

    7.7

    HDR

    6.2

    Size

    27″

    Pixel Type

    IPS

    Max Refresh Rate

    165 Hz

    Variable Refresh Rate

    Yes

    Native Resolution

    2560 x 1440

    HDR10

    Yes

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    If you’re looking to save money by getting a budget Samsung monitor, there are a few options available, like the Samsung Odyssey G5 S27AG50. As it’s a lower-end version of the Samsung Odyssey G7/G70B S32BG70, it has a lower 1440p resolution, but that’s what to expect if you’re going for something cheaper. This means it doesn’t deliver the same sharp images and can’t take full advantage of gaming consoles, but it’s still impressive as it has a 165Hz refresh rate with VRR support. Motion also looks smooth across its entire refresh rate range as there’s minimal blur trail with fast-moving objects.

    Its IPS panel makes it a good choice for co-op gaming as it has decent viewing angles, so the image remains consistent from the sides, and its excellent ergonomics make it easy to adjust. However, it has a low contrast ratio that makes blacks look gray in the dark. If that’s important to you, the Samsung Odyssey G5/G55A S27AG55 is a similar alternative with a VA panel and a higher contrast; however, it has significantly worse motion handling, so the S27AG50 is the better gaming monitor.

    See our review

  5. Best Cheap Samsung Monitor

    Samsung Odyssey G3 S24AG30

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    Media Creation

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    5.8

    Size

    24″

    Pixel Type

    VA

    Max Refresh Rate

    144 Hz

    Variable Refresh Rate

    FreeSync

    Native Resolution

    1920 x 1080

    HDR10

    No

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    Although Samsung isn’t known for cheap and low-cost monitors, they have a few that are still good enough for entry-level PC gamers, like the Samsung Odyssey G3 S24AG30. It’s a lower-end version of the Samsung Odyssey G5 S27AG50, and it has a lower 1080p resolution and a smaller screen. However, this is still fine for casual gaming, and the image clarity is decent. It has features most gamers look for, like a 144Hz panel, native FreeSync VRR support, G-SYNC compatibility, and low input lag. However, its motion handling is disappointing as there’s smearing and inverse ghosting with fast-moving objects.

    It performs best in dark rooms because it has a high contrast ratio with decent black uniformity. It has good reflection handling if you want to use it in a well-lit room, but it doesn’t get bright enough to fight a ton of glare. Despite its low cost, it still offers most common ergonomic adjustments, including swivel, tilt, height, and rotation into portrait mode. The build quality is also decent, so you’re getting decent value for a cheap price.

    See our review

Compared to other brands

  • Advanced features.
    From quantum dot color filters to Mini LED backlights to QD-OLED panels, Samsung’s high-end monitors are usually packed with the latest technology.
  • Good dark room performance.
    Most of Samsung’s monitors use VA panels and have a relatively high contrast ratio, making them great choices for dark-room gaming.
  • Good selection of 4k monitors.
    Samsung offers more 4k gaming models than some other brands, and they have HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, so if you’re a console gamer, you’ll likely find what you’re looking for with Samsung.
  • Buggy firmware.
    Many Samsung monitors have seen a few significant bugs like backlight flicker and scanlines. They fix some of these issues via firmware updates, but not all.
  • Limited office options.
    Even if you can use Samsung’s gaming monitors for office use, they tend to have limited productivity features and performance.

Samsung vs Dell

Dell and Samsung both release a wide range of monitors, from entry-level monitors to high-end gaming displays. Dell monitors tend to have better quality control and better ergonomics, and they have more office-oriented displays. Samsung offers a wider range of gaming monitors, especially those for 4k gaming, but Dell has higher refresh rate displays.

Samsung vs LG

LG and Samsung both release a wide range of monitors each year, catering to different users. LG monitors typically use IPS panels for their gaming monitors, and they have faster response times and better viewing angles. On the other hand, Samsung offers more high-end features like Mini LED backlighting, and their monitors tend to perform better in dark rooms.

Samsung’s high-end gaming monitors are some of the best on the market, but their entry-level and budget models aren’t anything special. If you tend to game in dark rooms and are a competitive gamer, you’ll be safe getting a Samsung monitor. They aren’t without their flaws, though, as they tend to have firmware issues that are distracting while gaming.

Lineup

Samsung releases a few monitors each year; they often remain in circulation for at least two years. Since 2020 they’ve been branding their gaming monitors by the Odyssey name with different G8, G7, G5, and G3 models. Their naming scheme can get confusing, and new monitors don’t always replace the previous monitor with the same name; for example, the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 from 2022 replaces the Samsung Odyssey C32G75T from 2020 and not the Samsung Odyssey G7 S28AG70 from 2021.

Samsung’s monitor lineup includes a variety of resolutions, display types, and screen sizes. They make everything from small 24-inch displays to 49-inch super ultrawide monitors, and they even released a 55-inch curved gaming monitor in 2022. As of 2022, they’ve also started including their proprietary Tizen OS smart platform in monitors, which gives you access to apps without needing a PC. It essentially makes them small TVs, but the monitors don’t have the same processing power TVs have, and the smart system feels slow.

    Recent Updates

    1. Apr 21, 2023:
      Replaced the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85 with the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8/G85SB S34BG85 because it’s better overall; replaced the Samsung Odyssey G7 S27AG70 with the newer Samsung Odyssey G7/G70B S32BG70.

    2. Dec 23, 2022:
      Removed the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 and added the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 to show the various 4k monitors Samsung offers.

    3. Aug 30, 2022:
      Restructured the article to reflect how people are searching for Samsung monitors; removed the Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T and the Samsung Odyssey G3 LF27G35T because they’re becoming hard to find. Added the Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 S32BG85, Samsung Odyssey G7 S28AG70, Samsung Odyssey G5 S27AG50, and the Samsung Odyssey G3 S24AG30 to their respective categories.

    4. Apr 11, 2022:
      Replaced the Samsung Odyssey G5 LC32G55T with the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 for consistency and updated text for clarity.

    5. Dec 13, 2021:
      Verified our picks for accuracy and refreshed the text.

    Conclusion

    Samsung releases a wide range of monitors each year, from basic, entry-level monitors to some of the most advanced gaming monitors on the market. Their high-end gaming monitors are typically a safe bet; aside from a few firmware issues, they perform well. Samsung’s main focus seems to be on their high-end gaming monitors as their entry-level lineup doesn’t change much from year to year and is consistently outperformed by many of their competitors. If you want a high-end monitor, you’ll likely be happy with a Samsung display.

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    Monitor is an important part of the system in any computer. Choosing a monitor is very important, because the quality of the image, and therefore the comfort of the tasks performed, will depend on it. Whether it’s a gaming monitor, or a monitor for office work.
    More recently, the choice of monitors was small.
    The monitors differed little in appearance and had almost the same characteristics without giving a choice.
    Now, due to the constant development of technology, everything has changed.
    Monitors have become not only the usual means of transmitting information, but also convenient gadgets, with the help of which the performance of work tasks and the gaming process have become more comfortable.

    A wide range of specifications allows you to choose the right monitor to solve any problem. Many manufacturers offer monitors that differ in appearance and feature set, which we will write in more detail below.

    1. Monitor diagonal.

    The first thing you should pay attention to when choosing a monitor is the diagonal.
    For work in the office or in a store where there is no need to have a large monitor and work is not associated with complex tables or graphic editors,
    suitable for monitors with a diagonal of 19″up to 24″. These are standard monitor sizes that are comfortable to work with for a long time.
    If your tasks are related to working in graphic editors, working with large tables and other tasks that involve a large image coverage,
    then monitors with a diagonal of 24 “and above are suitable for this, depending on your needs.
    For gamers, monitors 24” or larger are suitable.
    27″ monitors are often chosen by web designers, photo and video editors, animators and other graphics professionals.

    2. Screen matrix type.


    There are several popular types of screen matrices: TN, PLS, IPS (SFT), VA (MVA, PVA).
    Matrix TN – Twisted Nematic. The advantage of the matrix is ​​that it has a fast response time and the price of monitors with such a matrix is ​​not high.
    The disadvantages of the matrix in small viewing angles, poor color reproduction and low contrast.
    The PLS matrix is ​​a modified version of the IPS matrix. This matrix was made in order to optimize the response time of the monitor.
    Also, monitors with this matrix are cheaper than those with its predecessor, the IPS matrix.
    IPS matrix (SFT) – created on the basis of the TN matrix, but radically has better characteristics.
    It has fairly large viewing angles, and color reproduction is almost equal to natural colors.
    Among the shortcomings, we can note the response time, which has increased significantly in relation to the TN matrix.
    Matrix VA (MVA, PVA) – these matrices have low power consumption, large viewing angles and very fast response time.
    Matrices of this type have the best contrast.

    3. Monitor response time.

    An important feature is the monitor’s response time.
    The unit of this parameter is milliseconds (ms). The shorter the response time of the monitor, the faster the image on the monitor will change.
    To be more precise, this is the time during which 1 pixel of the monitor can change.

    4. Frame refresh rate.

    Each monitor has its own frame rate. unit
    frequency measurements are hertz (Hz).
    This indicator allows you to understand how many frames the monitor can
    show for 1 second of time.
    The higher this value, the clearer the monitor image will be.
    For normal office everyday tasks, monitors with a frequency of
    updates from 60 to 100 Hz.
    If you plan to do graphic processing and other things, then
    It is better to choose a monitor with a refresh rate of 100 Hz.
    Choosing a gaming monitor – you should pay attention to the frequency
    frame updates. As practice shows, monitors for games are
    monitors with a refresh rate of 144 Hz.