Samsung’s New M8 Smart Monitor Will Have The Same Colors As The iMac

Samsung’s M8 Smart Monitor was first unveiled in South Korea on March 8, demonstrating what buyers may anticipate from the company’s latest display offering.

In the meantime, the Samsung Smart Monitor has yet to be officially released in other parts of the world besides Korea, but the tech giant has already released more information about it.

What to Expect from Samsung’s M8 Smart Monitor

Samsung, on the other hand, demonstrated what users may anticipate from its future Smart Monitor—even before it goes on sale in the United States. Samsung’s M8 Smart Monitor comes in hues that are comparable to those found on Apple’s iMac.

The 32-inch display has a 16:9 aspect ratio and supports up to 4K (3840 x 2,160) resolution.

It also has HDR10+, which stands for High Dynamic Range. Meanwhile, it has a maximum brightness of 400 nits and minimum brightness of 300 nits. It only supports a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz.

Smart Features on the Samsung M8 Monitor

Samsung’s latest display, dubbed a Smart Monitor, has a built-in capability that allows it to work without the need for a computer.

The M8 Smart Monitor has an inbuilt processor that allows it to do simple activities such as streaming Netflix or other similar services.

It also allows users to collaborate on papers using Google Docs, as well as participate in video meetings using Google Duo and other platforms. Samsung looks to be courting Apple consumers by including AirPlay 2 in its new Smart Monitor, allowing users to project their displays onto the future M8 display.

Not only that, but one of the Samsung M8’s features is its four color options, which appear to be identical to Apple’s new M1 iMac models.