As it was initially previewed earlier this year, Dell UP3017Q launched an amazing 30 inch 4k monitor. It is very thin, and has a beveled shape coming in at only half an inch on the edges. At a resolution of 3840 x 2160 this monitor holds 146 Pixels per inch. Initially this product had a release date on March but wasn’t able to make it since there was no product. There still is not a new launch date because of the company still fixing the final issues.
The specs are quite spectacular as a matter of fact, even though it is still not known who the manufacturer is it will most likely be LG. There is a resolution of up to 3840 x 2160, and a refresh rate of up to 120z. Another feature of this product is that it is OLED, which means its Organic Light Emitting Diode will allow the monitor to deliver true black and excellent colors in a very thin profile. This feature doesn’t need a separate backlight because the pixels themselves leave out light. Dell claims that this monitor fully supports all of the Adobe RGB and 97.8 % DCI-P3 color spaces. This is a 10-bit color monitor which would be the most useful in professional settings where color accuracy is very important.
Dell has placed a “pixel shifting algorithm” by placing a sensor on the monitor that can tell when someone is looking at it and be able to turn it off when no one is watching. They also claim that there are five buttons for the monitor while one on the back releases it from its stand.