The Samsung S10 was released not long ago and we even had a chance to play with the new features of its 5G counterpart at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2019. While the smartphone is full of exciting new features, one small change has the internet buzzing: the S10 series changed the look of the infamous notch.
The notch was a byproduct of developer’s push to increase screen size; in this model, the front facing camera and other sensors would disrupt the continuous screen with a conspicuous black bar.
The S10 series, however, changes that to a small hole on the top right corner. While not as intrusive, it still isn’t a perfect solution to a continuous screen design.
Well, the creative developers behind the app Hidey Hole compiles wallpapers that are designed specifically to hide the hole. You can find pictures of the Cookie Monster, Star Wars, Legend of Zelda and more.
On top of the designs, the app allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast, blackpoint and saturation. It also allows for image scaling to match your phone’s specific screen size.