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Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T Review

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Updated December 20, 2022
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The Samsung Odyssey G7 is a 32-inch mid-tier display launched in mid-2020. It has a rapid 240Hz refresh rate that is synonymous with some of the best computer monitors on the market and compatibility with both FreeSync and FreeSync technologies. This highlight is pretty standard with most of the top highly rated gaming monitors.

With a rapid response time of 7.3ms and an outstandingly low input lag of 3.1ms, the G7 is easily one of the best 32-inch gaming monitors available, and with up to 91% coverage of the DCI-P3 color scale, it is well capable of displaying a wide color gamut. The G7 also handles reflections exceptionally well, and thanks to its exceptional ergonomics, it is much easier to adjust compared to the Samsung G5 LC27G55T.

Reasons to Buy

  • Exceptional refresh rate
  • Good picture quality
  • Low input lag
  • High contrast ratio
  • Wide color gamut

Reasons to Not

  • Mediocre local dimming feature
  • Poor viewing angles
  • Single HDMI 2.0 port

Market Context

Compared to the same brand’s similar models: The Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T compares a lot better to the G5 LC34G55T, thanks to a higher 240Hz refresh rate than the latter’s 165Hz. Still, the G5 has a slightly larger 34-inch screen compared to the G7’s 32-inch display, but the G7 has much better ergonomics for easier adjustability. With a peak HDR brightness level of 528 nits, the LC32G75T handles glare much better than the LC34G55T, which has a lower peak brightness rating of 332 nits.

The Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T’s 1440p screen resolution may not match up to the Samsung G7 S28AG70’s 4K display, but its 240Hz refresh rate is higher than the S28AG70’s 144Hz, and its curved screen provides a more immersive viewing experience.

Compared to other brand’s similar models: The Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T is a tough competitor against the LG 32UL950-W, as it has a 240Hz refresh rate that dwarfs the LG monitor’s 60Hz refresh rate. The LG monitor also has a higher 4K resolution screen than the G7’s 1440p resolution, but the G7 comes out on top with a higher 3912:1 contrast ratio compared to the LG monitor’s 1336:1 contrast.

Both the Samsung G7 and the Acer Nitro VG271UP have a 1440p screen resolution, but the G7 has a much higher 240Hz refresh rate compared to the Acer’s 144Hz refresh rate, as well as a better 3912:1 contrast ratio compared to the Acer’s 1244:1 ratio.

Critic Consensus

The Samsung Odyssey G7 LC32G75T has been praised as a highly rated gaming display by reviewers, courtesy of its impressive 240Hz refresh rate. Because of this, testers from Tech Radar were delighted with the buttery smooth gaming experience they enjoyed during their tests. Also, being a VA panel, it has a high contrast ratio of 3912:1 that ensured that blacks were deep and dark during the experiments that testers from Display Ninja carried out, making it more suitable for dark room viewing compared to the Samsung G5 S27AG50. As much as the display’s 1440p screen resolution may not deliver as good picture quality as the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 and its 4K display, reviewers seemed satisfied with its pixel density rating of 99 PPI, rendering it fit for multitasking.

Despite the good features of the Samsung Odyssey G7, critics still felt that its poor viewing angles and mediocre local dimming feature could have been better. They were also not impressed with its single HDMI 2.0 port.

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