Samsung launched its first OLED monitor only a year ago – the 34” Odyssey OLED G8 (G85SB) – and it has already climbed to the top of that market. Based on data from IDC, Samsung accounted for 28.3% of the number of OLED monitors sold globally in 2023.

In terms of revenue, the company took in 34.7% of the total revenue from OLED monitor sales.

Most recently, the company unveiled several Odyssey OLED monitors at CES 2024. These were the curved 49” G95SD and a pair of flat options, the 32” G80SD and 27” G60SD. The 49” model was named CES 2024 Innovation Awards Honoree.

Samsung Odyssey OLED G9, a CES 2024 Innovation Awards Honoree Samsung Odyssey OLED G9, a CES 2024 Innovation Awards Honoree

Anyway, Samsung is also celebrating its 5th consecutive year on top of the gaming monitor market with 20.8% market share in terms of revenue (these numbers are based on IDC data for Q4 2023). Since 2023, a “gaming monitor” has been defined as having 144Hz refresh rate or higher, before that it was 100Hz or higher.

For reference, gaming monitors made up around 16% of all monitor shipments last year. Gaming monitors, along with mainstream and premium offerings, were credited with the recovery of the market (which had a rough start in the first half of 2023).


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