From across the pond, specifically from the Reddit forums, comes reports that Samsung has ceased manufacturing its recently launched top-of-the-range monitor, the Samsung Odyssey G9, which is no longer available for purchase at specialty stores in Our country, although curiously MediaMarkt continues to sell them and with a price reduction, and we say curiously since this monitor has several factory defects, that is why manufacturing and shipments have stopped until the problem is solved.
Although the launch was announced by hype, there really is no news about this problem, what’s more, Samsung itself has been silent on social networks and the only providers who speak, is that this situation is repeated in others European countries, that is, the monitor is not available for purchase due to shipping delays.
As revealed by the German portal ComputerBase, you received a response from a Samsung representative, who indicated that all Odyssey G9 monitors that have already been ordered but have not yet been delivered to end-users should undergo additional quality controls. and delays in deliveries are expected.
“To ensure optimal performance of Samsung Odyssey G9 monitors, Samsung has improved the manufacturing process for its assembly. All buyers who purchased their monitors as of July 15, and who have not yet been delivered, are undergoing a new quality control, which can affect the delay of the delivery “.
Samsung has not revealed a specific flaw in the monitor. However, some users of the Odyssey G9 report having found a malfunction of the Nvidia G-Sync technology, while others have noticed lighting issues on the sides. But, apparently, the main reason is a more serious manufacturing defect, and that is that many users have posted defective photos on the upper part of the monitor (the frame is not closed properly and lighting is due to a gap) and even slight delamination of the matrix, while other users complain that the panel has detached several inches from the monitor case.