Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 series was recently released, and just like the S10 series, they’ve used a hole-punch cutout instead of the infamous notch (or pop-up selfie camera) that most other major manufacturers have gone with. And just like the S10, Samsung has released a bunch of wallpapers that can hide, or disguise the cutout—now at the centre of the top of the smartphone, as opposed to the right-sided cutout that the S10 employed.
In a Tweet on their official Twitter account, Samsung announced that official wallpapers, uniquely tailored for the Note 10/10+, are now available for download. Tagging a few designers that have contributed to the collection, Samsung also provides a direct link for mobile users to go directly to the Galaxy Store.
The wallpapers, much like the S10 versions, take advantage of some clever positioning of darker spots and graphics to give the illusion of a 100% all-screen display. If you ask me, it opens up a vast range of possibilities, with the potential for some really fun wallpapers working with the hole-punch cutout on the Note 10.
If you’re on mobile, click here to head to the relevant section of the Galaxy Store. It will surely only be a matter of time before users start to create more wallpapers that will work brilliantly with the Note 10’s display, and we’ll be sure to update this post accordingly when they do (inevitably) come.