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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Custom Wallpapers

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Let’s get straight into it with probably the coolest trick that you can pull of with this phone. This has to do with the new hole punch design for the front cameras.

What do you think about it? Personally, I like that it helps get rid of the bezel and even though it’s still noticeable, I think Samsung has done a great job at keeping the size to fit just the cameras and not waste any more screen space, but what better way to embrace the new design than with a custom wallpaper built around the punch hole cameras? Hide the punch hole and get a better-looking home screen.

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To change the wallpaper simply long press on the home screen and select wallpaper, then view all, and go and pick one from your library.

But if you don’t like the hole punch design even with these wallpaper tricks, you can actually hide it in a different way. If you go to Display Settings and select Full Screen Apps you can choose the hide front camera option.

This will put a big thick artificial black bar at the top of the phone. It’s definitely not the most elegant look, but it comes in handy especially when you watch videos that fit the whole screen.

That’s probably the one case when the punch hole is actually quite annoying, and this setting can fix that.

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