People have already started creating wallpapers to hide the camera in plain sight. So far, we’re starting to see The Incredibles and Big Hero 6 films. But we’re also seeing some new designs appear, like ones that makes the camera lens disappear into the pupil of actor Blake Lively’s eye.that fans created for the Galaxy S10, including characters from
You can scroll through the wallpapers we’ve found so far and see step-by-step instructions on how to install them once you have the phone.
Is that submarine spying on you?
Who’s really taking the picture — you or the Joker?
Here, the moon surrounds the selfie camera as it crosses the sun over Earth.
4. Helen Parr from The Incredibles (Download wallpaper)
Elastigirl’s superpower isn’t only flexibility — she also has the power to blend in with the hole-punch camera on your screen.
Baymax may be large and hard to miss, but he sure does a fantastic job at making you forget where your front-facing camera is.
Mmm, donuts… The buffoonish cartoon dad covers up the camera with his favorite sprinkle-covered treat.
Pac-Man is about to eat all of the ghosts. Or are they about to get him?
A space child is painting the universe using just a feather and ink.
9. Blake Lively
The Gossip Girl star’s eye flawlessly lines up with your phone’s camera.
Putt the ball to the hole… err, camera?
How to set wallpaper on the Galaxy Note 10
To change your wallpaper on the Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus to one of the images above, follow these steps:
1. Open the web link to the wallpaper
2. Tap and hold down on the image until a menu pops up
3. Tap “Download image”
4. Click the home button
5. Tap and hold down on a blank spot on the home screen until a menu pops up
6. Tap Wallpapers
7. Tap Gallery
8. Tap the image you just downloaded
9. Tap “Home and lock screens”
10. Tap “Set as wallpaper”
11. Tap the home button and take a look at your new wallpaper
That’s it! Now you can enjoy your new wallpaper that covers the front-facing camera on your new Galaxy Note 10.
Check back often for more wallpapers and see.