LG has presented the 32EP950 monitor from the new UltraFine OLED Pro series. The 31.5-inch OLED display shows 3840 × 2160 pixels (Ultra HD) at 60 Hertz, making it the first OLED monitor with a diagonal of more than 22 inches.
The organic LEDs can be controlled individually, which leads to a high contrast of 1,000,000: 1 for HDR images. LG achieves this with an OLED-typical low minimum brightness of 0.0005 cd / m². The monitor can illuminate individual pixels to 540 cd / m²; however, the average value is quite low at 250 cd / m². The information is sufficient for a classification according to the VESA standard DisplayHDR 400 True Black.
High color space coverage
LG positions all models of the UltraFine OLED Pro series for professional use. Accordingly, the 32EP950 almost completely covers the Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 color spaces with the help of a factory calibration. The display processes 10 bits per color channel. The specified response time is one millisecond for OLED technology.
HDMI (presumably 2.0), DisplayPort 1.4, a USB hub with three 3.2 Gen 1 (5 GBit / s) as downstream ports and one USB Type C are available as connections. The Type-C connection transmits data, a DisplayPort 1.4 image signal and charges a connected device such as a notebook with up to 90 watts. Headphones can also be connected. The stand is height adjustable and supports pivot.
LG is paying dearly for the OLED panel: the manufacturer recommends 3250 euros for the UltraFine OLED Pro 32EP950. The first German dealers are already listing the monitor, but they do not yet have it in stock. The 27-inch UltraFine OLED Pro 27EP950 with otherwise the same key data will follow in autumn.