Samsung Unveils ViewFinity S9 New 5K Monitor

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has expanded its ViewFinity monitor lineup with the global availability of the 27-inch ViewFinity S9 (S90PC model).

The launch of the ViewFinity S9 strengthens Samsung’s high-resolution monitor lineup following the introduction of the ViewFinity S8 (S80PB model) in June 2022, which featured an Ultra High Definition (UHD) resolution.

The new ViewFinity S9 is optimised with all the tools needed in industries like graphic design and photography, and also being named a CES Innovation Award honoree in 2023.

“Our new 5K monitor is designed to deliver the highest performance and best experience for professionals in creative and visual industries,”

said Hoon Chung, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

“With the ViewFinity lineup, we will provide creatives with top-notch visual experiences, along with the lifelike colour clarity and the versatile connectivity they need to achieve the best in any project.”

The new ViewFinity S9 offers a 27” screen with a 5K (5,120 x 2,880) resolution with exceptional picture and text clarity. It allows for professionals to work on ultra-high resolution content without needing to zoom in, so they can view their projects in 5K while still keeping all their editing tools visible on screen.

With its 99% DCI-P3 and 218 PPI (pixels per inch), the ViewFinity S9 provides saturated and vivid colours with crisper details, perfect for those who rely on visual fidelity.

Furthermore, a typical brightness of 600 cd/m2 makes it easy to work in nearly any lighting environment. Samsung’s calibration technology helps users achieve the accurate colour they want. During production, the monitor’s colour is factory-calibrated for incredible Delta E accuracy immediately out of the box.

The ViewFinity S9 uses the Smart Calibration feature controlled with smartphones, and users can conveniently customise the ViewFinity S9’s screen for precise settings without expensive, complex calibration equipment whenever they want.

Using the SmartThings app, users can choose to calibrate in basic mode for a quick and easy adjustment of white balance and gamma settings, or they can use professional mode for complete control of colour temperature, luminance, colour space and gamma settings. Users can start this process simply by pointing their smartphone camera at the ViewFinity S9’s screen, and after calibration they can view a report detailing the adjustments made and the Delta E colour accuracy.

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