Samsung has new wallpapers that hide the Galaxy Note 10 notch – take a look
- Samsung rolled out new wallpapers that conceal the notch on the Galaxy Note 10.
- The notch is the screen cutout to accommodate the phone's front-facing camera.
- Samsung tapped popular Instagram illustrators to make the wallpapers, like Ketnipz (1.2 million followers) and Gemma Correll (684,000 followers).
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Samsung has rolled out new wallpapers that conceal the notch on the Galaxy Note 10.
The notch, which looks like a single hole-punch, is the screen cutout to accommodate the phone's front-facing camera. Damien Wilde at 9to5Google reported that the newly released wallpapers are designed to help hide the hole-punch.
Check out the new wallpapers, and how they conceal the Galaxy Note 10 notch:
Here's the Galaxy Note 10, front-facing camera notch on full display.
And here's the notch hidden in the eye of this floating lantern wallpaper.
The notch is serving as the amp plug for this guitar cable.
This notch is a crater on the moon.
Here's the notch as this gazebo's rotunda ...
... and the notch as a musical note floating out of a gramophone ...
... and as another musical note.
It's tough to spot the notch as part of this lantern design ...
... as well as in the form of a guitar tuning peg.
And finally, the notch makes the sixth pants-button in this wallpaper.
Here's a video of the wallpapers in action.
New phone, new artists, new wallpapers. ?????? Unpack your #GalaxyNote10 and pack it up with fresh work from @burnttoastcre8v, TRNZ, @gemmacorrell, and @MarylouFaure. Download now at the Galaxy Store: https://t.co/uXGxwGWwgZ pic.twitter.com/60V0JJHYU9— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) August 21, 2019
You can download the wallpapers through this link, but note that it is only accessible from a Samsung mobile device.
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