With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung has approached the design of the handset very differently from the competition who have either been using a notch to house the front-facing cameras and sensors, or relying on a popup camera mechanism. Samsung has instead opted to use a hole-in display, where there are cutouts on the display just for the cameras.


Some might argue that it looks more awkward compared to the notch, and judging from the press renders, Samsung is certainly trying to downplay the holes with wallpapers. However it seems that instead of hiding the hole, why not flaunt it? In a series of images shared by Matt B on Twitter, it shows a couple of different wallpapers that seem to embrace the camera cutouts on the handset with some cleverly placed wallpapers.

We have to say that these are absolutely genius as not only do they embrace the holes, but it also does a good job of camouflaging them as well, so it serves a dual purpose. Unfortunately we’re not sure where these wallpapers can be downloaded, but if you like what you see, you can find similar images online and perhaps try to edit or align them in such a way that will make them fit perfectly behind the cutouts.

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3400 mAh
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