All three new curved monitors from Samsung will be based on the same Full HD 1920x1080p resolution panel, with same specifications, including 250 nit of maximum brightness, 4ms response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio and 178 degree viewing angles as well as the aforementioned 1800R curvature which should, according to Samsung bring sharper picture and best viewing experience in any environment. What is more important is the fact that both offer support for AMD Freesync over HDMI, something that AMD promised back in December last year.
In addition to the obvious size differences, there are also quite a few difference in desigg, so the premium CF591 will be bit more easy on the eye with silver/white colors, but also come with DisplayPort 1.2, two HDMI outputs and D-Sub inputs, 5W stereo speakers and thinner bezel.
The Samsung CF390, on the other hand, will be available in 23.5-inch and 27-inch sizes, feature black high gloss paint, lack speakers and only come with D-Sub and HDMI inputs.
New Samsung CF591 and the CF390 series monitors with 1800R curvature and AMD Freesync over HDMI support are expected to be available the US, Europe and Asia in March while other regions should get them in April. Unfortunately, Samsung did not reveal any details regarding the price.