Instead of a notch or a teardrop, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E launched with a hole-punch camera, while the Galaxy S10 Plus came with a pill-shaped cutout. The company calls this its Infinity-O Display.

Now it eventually led to a slew of creative wallpapers that "hide" or obscure the front-facing snapper, including Bender from Futurama and the Death Star from Star Wars placed just right in the corner.

A whole community over at Reddit works on these, and needless to say, it's a treasure trove that Galaxy S10 owners just can't miss out on.

Best Galaxy S10 Wallpapers

• Black Hole

User Biturgi turned the first picture of a real black hole taken recently into the perfect wallpaper for those who are big on science.

• Bender from Futurama

Made by user Captinhairybely, the booze-drinking robot stares straight at the user with the Galaxy S10 Plus' lenses for his eyes.

• The Death Star from Star Wars

User mattcabb is the brains behind the wallpaper that puts the Death Star looming in the distance.

• The Donut from The Simpsons

Homer Simpson (presumably) holding the iconic donut from The Simpsons Movie and placing the Galaxy S10 sensor smack in the middle of the donut hole is just the thing for fans of the cartoon. Credit goes to user oliver_21.


WALL-E is a robot with one friendly face, and having it as a wallpaper staring and waving hello is hard to pass up. All this is possible thanks to user suhantm.

It's worth noting that Samsung first used the new screen design on the Galaxy A8s, meaning that the concept applies to it too, though its hole-punch camera is on the other side.

How To Change Galaxy S10 Wallpaper

Using any of the wallpapers listed above is as easy as 1-2-3 in that it takes just a couple of steps to set things up.

Step 1: Click on any of the links included to first download the wallpaper. Remember to also click on the image itself once you've been redirected to the Reddit thread to get the high-quality version.

Step 2: Once saved, go to Settings > Wallpapers and themes.

Step 3: Tap on Gallery under My wallpapers.

Step 4: Choose the image you downloaded and set it to apply to the Home screen, Lock screen, or Home and lock screens.

Step 5: Finally, just click on Set as wallpaper.

That's pretty much it, and the new wallpaper should hide the hole-punch camera cutout of your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10E, or Galaxy S10 Plus in a fun and clever way.

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