A bit of early information has started to appear about a new screen in Dell’s UltraSharp Premium (UP) range of screens. The UP2720Q looks like it will be the replacement to the current UP2718Q display. An early photo graph has even appeared as shown above courtesy of the Korean regulators. The screen i9s 27″ in size and features a 3840 x 2160 resolution IPS panel. It is aimed at professional users and colour critical work and this model will even have a built in colorimeter according to leaked roadmap information.
Much of the spec is not listed at this time but we do know that there is a 1300:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m2 brightness and 178/178 viewing angles. Given this is part of the UP series that means it should offer a wide colour gamut, 10-bit colour depth, factory calibration, support for hardware calibration and a uniformity correction mode.
We do know that it will feature Thunderbolt, DisplayPort (according to the Energystar spec page this is v1.3 although we expect that to really be v1.4), and HDMI 2.0 connections.
According to the leaked roadmap information it is expected to be available in Q1 2020. No official specs or details yet, or any word on pricing but we will update this news piece when we know more.