Samsung launches Thunderbolt 3 QLED Quantum Dot curved display

Ahead of IFA 2018, Samsung has announced a new QLED monitor. The company showcased QLED monitors back in CES 2018 with Thunderbolt 3 as its USP. However, now the monitor has made its way to the market with more details about the specs.

In the official announcement, Samsung revealed CJ79 QLED monitor. Samsung had already showcased the monitor during CES. However, they also showcased two new monitors namely, C43J89 and C49J890. They both come with a bigger display but lack Thunderbolt support. You can check out the full comparison between CJ79 series and CJ89 series below.

Model NameC34J791C43J89
Size34” (21:9)43” (32:10)
49” (32:9)
Resolution3,440 x 1,4403,840 x 1,200 (43”)
3,840 x 1,080 (49”)
Panel TypeVA Curved
Brightness (Typ.)300cd
Viewing Angle178 degrees (H) / 178 degrees (V)
Contrast Ratio (Typ.)3,000 : 1
Response Time4ms (GTG)5ms (GTG)
Refresh Rate100Hz43” (120Hz)
49” (144Hz)
Input Signal2 x Thunderbolt™ 3 (USB-C)
(85W, 15W Power Delivery)
1x HDMI, 1 x DP, 2 x USB 3.0
2 x USB-C
(95W, 15W Power Delivery)
1x HDMI, 1x DP, 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0
Speaker7W x 27W x 2 (49”)
5W x 2 (43”)
Mechanical FunctionHAS, Tilt, Wall MountHAS, Tilt, Swivel, Wall Mount

All the three monitors are available in Europe right now. Samsung, however, has assured that the monitors will be available worldwide soon.

Source: Samsung; Via: Neowin

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