Samsung has announced two new gaming monitors within its Odyssey lineup: the Odyssey G6 and the Odyssey G7. These are the company’s (and the world’s) first gaming monitors to run the comprehensive Samsung Tizen OS, allowing direct access to various audio and video streaming applications and, more importantly, services. cloud gaming.
The Odyssey G65B is available in 27-inch and 32-inch sizes. It uses a VA panel with QHD resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate, 1000R curvature, and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The Odyssey G70B is also available in 27-inch and 32-inch sizes, but uses a flat IPS LCD panel with 4K resolution and a refresh rate of 144 Hz, and is compatible with Nvidia G-Sync.
Samsung’s Gaming Hub is built into all four models, meaning you can access cloud gaming services including Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, Microsoft Xbox Cloud, and Nvidia GeForce Now. They also feature Samsung’s Game Bar feature; which allows gamers to quickly view the status of game settings, response time and adjust screen ratio.
What advantages does the Samsung Tizen OS have
The new Samsung Tizen OS is already shaking things up among manufacturers. These are the most decisive advantages and differences that distinguish it from the competition.
It is open source
Samsung has worked with Intel to develop Tizen. It is a Linux-based platform built from Nokia and MeeGo, abandoned by Intel. The fact that it is open source, like Android, means that hardware manufacturers who decide to adopt it are free to manipulate the interface and user interface to make it as unique as they want.
Samsung Electronics has also taken some of the coolest features that appeared in Bada, its first attempt at an operating system, and incorporated them into Tizen.
Tizen is an operating system based on HTML5. This is good news for content creators as the platform should allow for shorter development cycles; it works intuitively with the web and should reduce the cost of building apps.
For the user, it means that we can expect easier mobile web applications for phones and tablets. There should be more native support for video, in particular; so you no longer have to download plug-ins to watch YouTube clips or listen to a song.
Samsung devices in Latin America and Venezuela
Samsung is present in all parts of the world; In Latin America there is a strong presence of the brand and all the devices that represent it. In the particular case of Venezuela there is an official representative of the brand; which has reached the most remote places of the national territory, it is CLX Samsung, the Official Partner of Samsung in the country.
CLX Group is led by Nasar Ramadan Dagga, a Venezuelan businessman of Arab descent, who is at the head of CLX Group, a business matrix that includes several brands and companies in the country; like MultiMax, GAD Tecnology, XIO and many others.
The latter has exponentially platformed the official presence of the big technology brands in Venezuela; where every day greater investment intentions and economic growth are seen through this niche.