According to a tip from the Korean outlet ETNews, Samsung is getting set to introduce its massive 55-inch Odyssey Ark curved monitor in August (by way of SamMobile).
The monitor, which was unveiled at CES in January, apparently underwent various certification processes that needed to be finished before it could go on sale.
There are very few details available regarding this monitor.According to the company, the 16:9 4K panel will pivot, tilt, and rotate thanks to the support stand.It also stated that it would release in the second half of 2022. (which the reported August window falls squarely in).But to be honest, when someone shows up with a display that promises to physically tower over them while they use it, people are sure to pay attention even if one does not disclose the price or refresh rate, according to The Verge.
It could get more difficult to remember details as the months pass due to the overabundance of technology.It’s debatable whether Samsung actually unveiled a very large, curved monitor that could wrap around and around someone, or whether the idea was just a fever dream.Rumors that it would actually be released quite soon indicate that it has definitely been announced and serve as a reminder that we are looking forward to it.
The fact that Samsung has successfully released many displays that it unveiled around CES this year, according to The Verge, lends some credence to the allegation.
Both the smaller, curved gaming display Odyssey Neo G8 and the far less daring M8 monitor have already gone on sale.It’s encouraging to note that Samsung has been delivering their screens to CES for a very long time this year, even though it is obviously not proof that Ark is close behind.