The Samsung linehas an Infinity-O display that has an opening for the front camera in the upper right corner, in contrast with a notch. The size of the cutout depends on the phone, with S10E and S10 both with a single hole for drilling, while the S10 Plus has a pill-shaped cutout for its double front cameras.
The Samsung default wallpapers included in its latest phones all try to hide the crop by obscuring the upper corner. Also Samsung.
Instead of hiding the crop, users are starting to hug it and use it as a support in custom backgrounds. Here is one of the first wallpapers I found specifically designed to show the cutout:
If it's not fun, I don't know what it is.
On Reddit, c & # 39; is a sub dedicated entirely to S10 backgrounds created by other users. Visit this page and browse through the various user-generated backgrounds, or request what you'd like to see realized if your Photoshop skills are missing. When you find one you like, save the image on your phone, then set it as your wallpaper. Make sure you deselect the Motion Effect option, otherwise it will not align correctly.
In addition, Samsung has embraced the trend of the background of cropping by creating a dedicated showcase in the Galaxy Store app. When you open the Galaxy Store app, the first category should be "Crop wallpapers for S10". If it's not, you can go to My Galaxy > Themes and find the backgrounds section here. Right now, all the wallpapers in this section cost a small fee.