Samsung unveiled its new 2023 series of smart monitors, the M8, M7, and M5. These monitors are not only designed for work but also for creative and entertainment purposes, as well.
All three examples It will be available in 32 and 27-inch sizes and can rotate 90 degrees into a picture frame. The M8 and M7 have a flat, super slim back and 11.39mm thick, and both support color coverage up to 99% sRGB color gamut. The M8 has a unique SlimFit camera with FHD resolution and includes video features such as Auto Framing, which keeps users in the center of the frame.
The M8 will have a UHD display with a brightness of 400nit and will be available in several colors: Warm White, Daylight Blue, Sunset Pink, and Spring Green. The M7 also has a UHD display with a brightness of 300nit and comes in Warm White, while the M5 has a Full HD resolution and comes in Black or White.
The monitor comes with apps and features like My Content which, according to Samsung, allows the monitor to display photos, calendar, and weather from your phone, as long as it’s within Bluetooth range. There’s also the Samsung Gaming Hub for gaming, some great streaming services offered through the monitor, and the SmartThings Hub that connects, controls, and controls hundreds of connected devices.
The M8, M7, and M5 smart monitors will be launched in June 2023 on Samsung’s online store and other retailers.
Samsung can do better
The M8, M7, and M5 smart monitors revive Samsung’s previous versions, which we reviewed in depth in 2022. Back then, we gave the Samsung M8 smart monitor an excellent rating – four out of five stars – for that. being flexible in its use and being rich. However, we found several errors.
In general, although we like the color options, the display, and the 4K resolution, we found the monitor to be not as strong as it should be, the display is good but not as special as you’d expect, and it’s a smart TV. events are mixed. This is very worrying and prevented the project from being a huge success.
The downside that stands out to me the most is the flimsiness, which is unacceptable for something that is supposed to be so valuable. Hopefully, with this refresh, Samsung will upgrade the M8 to one of the phones good managers out there.