degen I might wait for OLED displays. My OnePlus 3 smartphone which has a pentile AMOLED is much better for my eyes. As opposed to "minimum brightness, reduced contrast, dark room", I can use it at a reasonable brightness level in daylight. And I have almost no red or burning eyes when waking up anymore.
Some time ago I wanted to try the 28" BenQ GC2870H because it has a blue-green LED backlight (EW2440L has just "White LED" = blue), supposedly 8 bit panel without FRC, and is bigger. I thought if they also use a green LED they might have made the blue one less bright which might end up in me being able to use a higher brightness. I don't know the LEDs ratio though. In the OnePlus 3 it's 1:2:1 RGB, although the blue LEDs might be equally larger and then I'd have no good explanation for why the display is usable for me at high brightness.