Samsung has partnered up with Disney to roll out free Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E wallpapers themed after Disney and Pixar characters, among others.

These aren't just ordinary, run-of-the-mill background images, though. They're specially designed to obfuscate the Infinity-O Display's hole-punch cutout for its front-facing camera in a creative way.

Disney, Pixar Wallpapers For The Galaxy S10

In a press release, Samsung announced the launch of the wallpapers and its collaboration with Disney.

"Harnessing the creativity this display characteristic unlocks, Samsung Electronics and Disney recently launched a new range of background wallpaper options," the company said.

The selection includes fan-favorite characters: Olaf from Frozen, Jack-Jack and Violet from The Incredibles, Mickey Mouse, and Flash Slothmore from Zootopia (as pictured above). A variety of other wallpapers are also in the mix, including the phases of a solar eclipse, cartoon animals, and Mazinger Z.

The majority of the official themes of Samsung aren't free of charge. They're typically on a free trial basis, allowing users to have a go at testing them out for 14 days. As a special case, though, these wallpapers made with Disney are free for Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E users, but from the look of things, they're not available for the Galaxy S10 Plus, which has a pill-shaped cutout for its front camera.

This isn't the first time Samsung and Disney worked together to deliver content to Galaxy smartphone owners. For instance, they brought AR Emojis that feature the likes of Donald Duck and characters from The Incredibles.

Best Galaxy S10 Wallpapers

Many users have been coming up with clever ways to camouflage the Galaxy S10's hole-punch cutout with creative wallpapers ever since the phone was released. This even led to a whole community dedicated to the concept over at Reddit.

At that, some notable works include Bender from Futurama, the Death Star from Star Wars, and the iconic donut from The Simpsons, to name a few.

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