One of the first smartphones in its design was View Honor 20, and the most famous was the line of Samsung Galaxy S10. The older models S10+ and S10 5G appeared oval “eyes” in the screen under the two cameras, and the younger the S10 and S10e — round for one lens. Standard background image for your desktop and lock screen at the same dim upper-right corner of the display, if the manufacturer wanted to hide them.
Any #bighero6 fans here?#galaxyS10 wallpaper here: https://t.co/RWusoOHZ3I pic.twitter.com/7hqAPou3yF
— Matt B (@Mattcabb) March 4, 2019
Regardless of, satisfied customers that approach or not, a Twitter user named Matt B from Poland decided to approach the problem creatively. He painted several “Wallpaper” so that the hole in the screen part of the image. Among the drawings there are droids from Star wars, Curiosity, and even the head of North Korea with binoculars in hand.
This is not the first case when with the help of various design decisions in the interface manufacturers hide or beat other decisions relating to appearance. Apple, for example, almost all the promotional images of the iPhone XS and XS Max showed the smartphone so that the picture on the screen merged with the cutout at the top of the screen. The California resident did not like, and she sued the company, accusing it of false advertising and the introduction of buyers in error.
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