Don't like the Galaxy S10's display cutout? Samsung's latest wallpapers have you covered

Samsung just created a range of Galaxy S10 wallpapers that hide the cutout
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e

Notched displays are so last year and Samsung knows this. The South Korean giant skipped the controversial design feature entirely with the Galaxy S10 series and instead adopted a different solution – the display cutout – which, as it turns out, can be hidden rather creatively.

As we reported previously, Samsung fans wasted no time creating their own range of cutout wallpapers for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e. But today, the company itself has embraced the unique feature with its own range of wallpapers that hide the front camera on all three flagships.

On a related bit of news, if none of these official wallpapers tickle your fancy and you aren’t a Reddit user either, Samsung has added an official Galaxy S10 cutout section (viaSamMobile) to the Galaxy Themes store.

This means that if you own one of Samsung’s flagship trio, in order to find a cutout-focused wallpaper all you need to do is open the Settings app and scroll down to the Wallpapers and Themes section. Then just head to the cutout wallpaper section and purchase the one(s) you like. But do remember that Galaxy Themes has a no refund policy. So choose wisely, or make do with the various free wallpapers that are available on the internet.

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