Special Disney and Pixar Wallpapers Released for the Galaxy S10’s Infinity-O DisplayShare open/close
The Galaxy S10 line’s camera plays a unique role across the range’s devices; not only does it take top quality photos and videos, but it also provides users with the opportunity to be creative with their background wallpapers thanks to the placement of the front camera hole.
Harnessing the creativity this display characteristic unlocks, Samsung Electronics and Disney recently launched a new range of background wallpaper options. Following on from the Disney AR Emojis released last year, Samsung and Disney have brought fan-favorite characters from Disney and Pixar’s The Incredibles and Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen and Zootopia right to the home screens of the Galaxy S10.
One of the groundbreaking innovations the Galaxy S10 line features is its full-screen experience, made possible by the Infinity-O Display that covers, bar the camera hole, the entire front side of the device. Thanks to precise laser cutting techniques, the camera has been tucked away into the right hand side of the display to eliminate distractions for a cinematic viewing experience.
Since the launch of the Galaxy S10 line, many eye-catching and creative wallpaper designs have emerged. Users themselves have been creating and sharing their own background wallpapers custom-designed for the Galaxy S10’s Infinity-O Display, taking advantage of its unique design, camera hole placement and the impressive screen real estate on offer.
Samsung wallpapers are available to purchase on the Galaxy Store, and the special Disney collaboration range of wallpapers are downloadable free of charge for Galaxy S10 users.1 Samsung plans to expand the options for Infinity-O background wallpapers further through various collaborations in the near future.
1 Disney wallpapers are available for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e. Wallpaper availability may vary by region and device model.
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