Best Galaxy S10 Wallpapers: Updated with new Disney wallpapers
Hate the Infinity-O cutout on your new Samsung Galaxy S10 or Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? These handy wallpapers help add a little charm and a way of covering up the front camera.
Their ‘Infinity-O’ AMOLED screens all have a camera embedded in the top-right corner of the display, and as these sensors are entirely surrounded by pixels, the internet has risen to the task of incorporating the cutout into all manner of amazing and creative wallpapers.
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Here are some of our favourites.
Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Disney wallpapers
Samsung and Disney have teamed up to offer a series of background wallpaper options to use on your S10, featuring classic characters like Olaf from Frozen and The Incredibles.
According to a blog post, these wallpapers can be downloaded through the Galaxy Store on S10 and S10e devices. It seems like the S10 Plus isn’t supported.
Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus wallpapers
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus‘ 6.4-inch screen may follow the same aspect ratio as its siblings, plus the same resolution as the standard S10 but its dual front-facing hole-punch camera setup welcomes different wallpapers the reveal in the setup’s distinctive pill-shaped form.
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Best Samsung Galaxy S10e/S10 wallpapers
The likes of Honor’s View 20 may have beaten the S10 to the punch, with regards to a single hole-punch camera on the front, but the community has proven that Samsung’s phones are still the ones that really get tech heads excited.
Below is an assortment of wallpapers that cater to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e‘s single-sensor hole-punch design. Just remember that you’ll need to make sure you find the highest resolution wallpapers possible if you’re using the standard S10.
… and something a little different
Okay, it isn’t a wallpaper, but Energy Ring, IJP’s free to download battery level indicator app, makes good use of the entire S10 range’s hole punch cutouts.
A customisable ring will appear around the camera lens when you download the app. When your battery level drops from 100%, the ring will break, and as you lose more and more power, the line will get shorter. You can adjust the thickness of the ring, as well as its design, colours, direction and animations.
Furthermore, IBL says the ring will move around subtly from time to time, in order to avoid screen burn-in. However, the company says there’s no guarantee screen burn-in won’t happen.
Unlike the smaller S10e, which features a Full HD+ (2280 x 1080) resolution panel, the larger S10’s 6.1-inch screen boasts a far sharper Quad HD+ (3040 x 1440) display.
If you fancy making your own punch-hole wallpaper, don’t forget that all of the Galaxy S10 displays conform to a 19:9 aspect ratio and, as they all use AMOLED panel, darker tones and colourful imagery are best-suited to the technology.
You can find all of these wallpapers and more on the dedicated r/S10Wallpapers subreddit that has cropped up on Reddit.
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