Samsung unveils three new HDR-ready FreeSync 2 gaming monitors with top model having a 49-inch 32:9 aspect ratio display

Samsung has announced a trio of new FreeSync 2 displays, all of which come with 144Hz refresh rates, Quantum Dot displays with 1ms and resolutions that are beyond 1080p.

The first of these three new displays is the Samsung C49HG90, which has a huge 49-inch display with a unique 32:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 3840×1080 with 144Hz refresh rate. Samsung C49HG90 will have an 1800R curvature, support for 125% sRGB color space and support for 95% of the DCI-PE color space. This monitor also supports new FreeSync 2 for smooth imaging.

The other two displays in Samsung’s new lineup are the C27HG70 and the C32HG70, which features a 27-inch and a 32-inch 1440p display respectively. Like their bigger brother, these two displays also support the same 144Hz refresh and will support the same color spaces.

AMD’s new FreeSync 2 is the next evolution of this standard with new standard also support HDR color gamuts and FreeSync with LFC, an optional part of the original FreeSync standard. Which makes FreeSync 2 a huge quality upgrade over original FreeSync, with every FreeSync 2 display requiring rigorous testing from AMD to ensure that each display meets AMD’s high standards, similar to NVIDIA’s G-Sync certification.