Samsung has launched a handful of new wallpapers for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 series. As expected, the wallpapers integrate the screen’s punch hole into their design, hiding (or highlighting) it in clever ways. All of the new wallpapers are space-themed and commemorate the World Space Week ending October 10.Celebrating World Space Week with new wallpapersWorld Space Week takes place every October and is the largest annual event of its kind. The event was first declared by the United Nations in 1999 and it’s defined as “an international celebration of science and technology, and their contribution to the betterment of the human condition.” The following four wallpapers are now available for the Galaxy Note 10.
If the message behind World Space Week sounds true to you then you can celebrate with one (or more) of the four new Galaxy Note 10 wallpapers, available now on the Galaxy Theme Store. Alternatively, readers can hit this link using their phones for a direct shortcut to the cutout wallpaper section inside the app.Galaxy S10 owners can join the party as well – by hitting the same link or otherwise. Samsung also released four space-themed wallpapers for the non-S Pen flagship series. They have different designs but they are based on the same idea of incorporating the display punch hole. Check out the gallery below.
New wallpapers have landed. 🚀 Blast off into World Space Week with rockets, spacemen and more by @burnttoastcre8v, @MarylouFaure, @Marco_Oggian and other artists. Only at the Galaxy Store: https://t.co/uXGxwGEVpr #GalaxyNote10 #GalaxyS10 pic.twitter.com/YLhWqwNHhi— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) October 8, 2019