Samsung Odyssey G7 32″ monitor has a 2560*1440 resolution, a high refresh rate of 240Hz, VA panel, and a curvature of 1000R. It costs $800 having a 1400p gaming segment and some DisplayHDR 600 functionality.
The design was cool with excellent building quality. Most of the part is made up of high-quality plastic with solid matte carve. The movement of the screen can be adjusted in several ways by adjusting height, tilting, pivoting, and swivel. The height setting is quite good for a 32-inch panel. The curvature of the 1000R screen may not be attractive as it is protruding forward. It has two DisplayPort connectors, 2-port USB, an audio output jack, and HDMI 2.0.
The response time of the Samsung Odyssey G7 is surprisingly decent. An average grey to grey response time is 2.84ms at 240Hz, which is quite fast enough. In terms of electricity consumption, the Samsung Odyssey G7 has found to be worse in the market.
Odyssey G7 has a fine display for gaming as it has a greyscale deltaE 2000 mean of 1.91. This monitor has also good saturation quality and it creates a problem due to the absence of any sRGB clamp. Although Odyssey G7 has DisplayHDR 600nits, the brightness is quite decent in SR mode at about 360 nits. The contrast ratio is not so good as it has only a 2000:1 ratio. It has semi-HDR performance.
As the competition is tough for any display device, Samsung Odyssey G7 has some parts in excellent quality. No one can say it is a bad monitor, but it is also true that it is not a perfect one. Odyssey G7 has exciting features VA technology having excellent gaming displays beside the highest refresh rate.