LG 32GS95UE with 32″ Dual-Mode OLED Panel – Full Specs and Pricing Released

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Unveiled at CES this year in January, LG have now released the full details and pricing for their new 32GS95UE  monitor on their website. The screen is 32″ in size (accurately 31.46″) and offers a 4K resolution, 240Hz refresh rate and support for “dual-mode” operation allowing for a lower resolution of 1080p, but at a higher refresh rate of 480Hz. It’s one of the first of the new 32″ models to support this feature, being built around LG.Display’s new WOLED panel, as opposed to the Samsung Display QD-OLED panel that’s been used in the 32″ monitors released to date, like the Asus, Dell and MSI models we’ve already reviewed.

LG 32GS95UE Specs

The screen is 31.5″ in size with a 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution and a flat screen format. In other specs there is a familiar 0.03ms G2G response time spec, 1.5 million:1 contrast ratio spec, a typical 275 nits brightness for SDR, 10-bit colour depth support and a 98.5% DCI-P3 wide colour gamut. This screen also supports hardware level calibration, like their previous OLED screens such as the 27GR95QE we reviewed.

The screen has been certified under the VESA ‘DisplayHDR 400 True Black’ scheme for OLED monitors, and although LG don’t list a peak brightness spec for HDR, the panel itself is rated by LG.Display as having 1300 nits for white luminance. Keep in mind colour brightness may vary as we detailed in our recent study here. Being an OLED panel it will have the usual pixel-level dimming, true blacks and basically infinite contrast ratio for excellent HDR performance.

This screen uses one of LG.Display’s new WOLED panels as well which features their updated sub-pixel structure (RGWB) which is designed to improve text clarity. Along with the increased pixel density (~140 PPI) of the 4K resolution on this panel, this will hopefully help improve clarity nicely. Note that the panel coating is expected to be the same matte AG coating as current WOLED monitors.

For connectivity there are DisplayPort 1.4 (with DSC) and HDMI 2.1 connections (capabilities not listed). Why not DisplayPort 2.1 you might ask? This article explains why that connection is not readily available yet, or needed on a screen with this spec. The stand offers a full range of tilt, height, swivel and rotate adjustments.

The screen also includes LG’s ‘Pixel Sound’ technology where the speakers are situated behind the panel for an apparently more immersive experience. There’s also a 4-pole DTS Sound Headphone X output.

Dual-mode Refresh Rate

The native 240Hz refresh rate is available at 4K, but you can also drop down to a 1080p resolution and bump your refresh rate all the way up to 480Hz using their “dual-mode” function. This means you can choose to prioritise frame rates and motion clarity over image detail if you prefer, depending on your gaming genre and requirements. This is quick and easy via a dedicated hot key on the monitor. The screen has been certified under the NVIDIA ‘G-sync Compatible’ and AMD ‘FreeSync Premium Pro’ schemes for its adaptive-sync VRR capability.

Pricing and Availability

The LG 32GS95UE is listed on in the US at $1,399.99 USD and is already shipping.

It’s also available from Amazon in some regions, Bestbuy and B&H. You can check latest availability and pricing for your region here (affiliate links)

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