As reported earlier, Dell will be releasing a 27" 5k (5120 x 2880) resolution display. New info suggest that the UP2715K is expected to retail for under $2000 USD and it will be available in December already. I don't know, it is an awful lot of pixels on 27".
As TFT-Central reports at the Dell.com page for the UP2715K has also now emerged so we now know more about the screen and the full spec. The 27" screen offers a 5120 x 2880 resolution, 8ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m2 brightness and 178/178 viewing angles. The panel is IPS technology with GB-r-LED backlighting.
An interesting element to the new screen is the coating. Optical bonding and an anti-reflective coating eliminate reflection from two surfaces — the LCD panel itself and the protective glass layer in front of it — allowing more light to be transmitted and dramatically improving clarity, vividness and contrast. An anti-smudge coating allows you to easily clean away fingerprints.
The screen has a wide colour gamut supporting 99% Adobe RGB and 100% of sRGB coverage. The screen is factory calibrated for reliable grey scale and a colour deltaE of <2. The screen has 12-bit internal processing and the panel supports true 10-bit content (1.07b colours). The 12-bit 3D Look Up Table (LUT) allows for hardware calibration using Dell's / X-rite's Color Calibration software package. The website suggests you need an optional i1 Display Pro but we believe the software should also support the i1 Pro and i1 Pro 2 devices.
There are integrated speakers by Harman Kardon for high quality dual 16W sound output. The stand supports tilt, swivel, height and rotate adjustments and the screen is also VESA compliant for wall/arm-mounting. There are 6 USB 3.0 ports in total, 1 of which has fast charging support on the back of the screen. There are 2x DisplayPort (for 5k support), 1x Mini DisplayPort (4k max only) and a media card reader provided.