Download Samsung Galaxy Note10 Wallpapers (Static and Live Wallpapers)

Download Samsung Galaxy Note10 Stock Wallpapers

Samsung has recently unveiled the next-gen Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ to the public. There’s still some time before you can actually get your hands on the device. But until then you can download the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Stock Wallpapers from here and apply them on your current Android device. There are a total of 10 different static wallpapers and 2 live wallpapers, extracted directly from the Note10.


In the past couple of months, we have seen numerous rumors and leaks about this year’s Note device that Samsung was working on. Most of which, speculated around the phone’s design and hardware specifications. And now, Samsung has just made it official at its semi-annual ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event. For the first time, the OEM has released two variants of the Note device, namely the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+.

Now before you go ahead and download Samsung Galaxy Note10 wallpapers, let’s take a quick peek at the specifications.


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Samsung Galaxy Note10 & Note10+ – Features, Specifications, and Price

Display & Design

Samsung Galaxy Note10 - Design & Display
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Just like the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung has adopted the same Infinity-O AMOLED display technology for the Galaxy Note10 devices. The screen on the regular Note10 is 6.3″ and that on the Note10+ is 6.8″. The punched hole camera is now placed in the center of the screen at the top.

In doing so, the OEM has managed to decreases the bezels on the top and bottom to a huge extent and attained a slightly taller aspect ratio on both the devices. Also, the display on both the new Note devices offers full HDR10+ support.

On the rear, the camera lenses are placed vertically on the top-left, unlike the center-aligned layout in the Note9 and Note8. Samsung has also finally removed the physical fingerprint sensor with the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, and now offers the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.

Contributing to the slimmer design and no 3.5mm headphone jack (Sorryy..), the regular Note10 weighs lighter (168g) than the predecessors (201g for Note9 and 195g for Note8), while the bigger Note10+ (196g) follows in the same footprints.


Samsung Galaxy Note10 - Cameras
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The regular Samsung Galaxy Note10 features a triple rear camera system. The setup comprises of a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens with a 123° field of vision, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens.

On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ offers the same rear camera system, but with an extra fourth DepthVision camera. The camera also offers shooting videos in HDR10+, which means you will get more rich hues and contrast.



On the front, both the devices offer a punched hole selfie camera with a 10-megapixel lens.

S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Note10 - S Pen
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The S Pen is what gives more productivity and power to producers and creators. And that’s what draws a line between the Galaxy S and Note series.

Last year, with the Note9, Samsung introduced the new Bluetooth-enabled S Pen, that powered users to take control over the camera, presentations, and apps without touching the phone.

Well, with the all-new S Pen in Galaxy Note10/Note10+, Samsung has leaped another step forward towards better productivity. The new S Pen offers a longer 10 hours of battery standby time and a much elegant unibody design.

That’s not all! The S Pen now offers Air Actions. It’s a feature that lets you control your Note10’s camera, gallery, volume, and other apps by just using gestures. For example, moving the S Pen clockwise or counterclockwise would allow you to switch from the rear to the front camera, and vice-a-versa. You can simply flick the S Pen left-to-right or right-to-left to transition between photos in the gallery app. Furthermore, you can control the phone’s volume by gesturing up or down without having to press the volume buttons.

Samsung’s new Air Actions feature in the Galaxy Note10 can let you do a lot more.

Performance & Battery

Samsung Galaxy Note10 - Performance
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On the hardware front, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ run an Exynos 9825 OR Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, depending upon the region.

The regular Note10 comes with 8GB RAM along with 256GB storage, while the bigger Note10+ offers 12GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. The only downside with the regular Note10 is that it doesn’t offer any expandable external storage. While on the Note10+, you can use a microSD card to expand its storage up to 1TB.

When it comes to the battery, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 comes with a 3500mAh backup, while the Note10+ comes with 4300mAh. Of course, the bigger battery in the Note10+ means more battery life. Both the phones could be charged quickly using wired fast charging at 25W. A typical 30 minutes charge could help you get you through a day of intermediate usage.

Samsung’s Wireless PowerShare feature allows you to charge your Qi-compatible devices like Galaxy Buds using Galaxy Note10 device.

Color Availability and Price

Both the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ comes in four different color variants namely – (1) Aura White (2) Aura Black (3) Aura Blue and (4) Aura Glow.

The Note10 with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage is priced at $949 or £869. On the other hand, the Note10+ with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage is priced at $1099 or £999, and that with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage at $1199.

Samsung Galaxy Note10 Stock Wallpapers

It has only been a few days since the launch and both the devices are now up for pre-orders in various countries including the US, UK, India, etc. However, there’s still some time before you get their hands on the phone. Or, maybe you just don’t want to spend 1000 dollars to purchase it. In any case, you can download Samsung Galaxy Note10 stock wallpapers and apply them on your current device to make your smartphone a Note10 look-alike.

Twitter user and avid tech enthusiast Max J. was able to get his hands on and extracted all the stock wallpapers from the Galaxy Note10. According to him, the first six wallpapers in this collection are extracted directly from the Galaxy Note10, and the other four from Samsung’s DeX mode. Furthermore, there are also two Note10 live wallpapers that were gathered with the help of Twitter user Ryu.

Below are the compressed previews of all the wallpapers that are available for download. These wallpapers follow a minimalistic design with different transitioning colors through each one of them. The last four wallpapers that were taken from Samsung’s DeX mode come with the darker shades of the color spectrum while following the same design.

For your convenience, we have compiled all the wallpapers in a zip package. Should you wish to download them separately, you can simply visit the Google Drive folder.

How to Apply Galaxy Note10 Live Wallpapers?

The Galaxy Note10 Live Wallpapers are provided in .mp4 video format. In order to apply these on your Android device, simply follow the instructions below:

  1. First, download zip package containing the live wallpapers.
  2. Extract the downloaded zip file to get the individual live wallpaper files in .mp4 format.
  3. Next, transfer the live wallpaper(s) to your device’s storage.
  4. Download and install the “Video Live Wallpaper” app on your device.
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  5. Once installed, go to the app drawer and launch the app.
  6. Tap on the ‘Choose video from gallery’ button.
  7. Select the Galaxy Note10 Live Wallpaper that you want to apply.
  8. After select, ensure that the ‘Loop Video’ option is checked and tap on ‘Set Live Wallpaper’.
  9. Finally, tap on ‘Set Wallpaper’.

So there you go! You have just been able to download Samsung Galaxy Note10 Static and Live Wallpapers for your Android device. Go ahead and apply them on your phone now. We hope you’d like them, cause we sure do.

Source: Max J. @Twitter

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