We’re all busy counting down the days until the Samsung Galaxy Fold launches this month – alright, maybe not all of us, but there are a number of unanswered questions mainly around the longevity of the fold.
Samsung didn’t let the press get anywhere near the Galaxy Fold during Unpacked but we’ve seen a number of videos that show exactly how the device will work. One of the standout demonstrations of the Galaxy Fold was the folding mechanism itself, and the butterfly wallpapers that mimicked the unfolding of the device. In case you wanted to get your hands on the wallpapers from the Galaxy Fold then you can find them all below.
The wallpapers are 2152 x 2152 and would look pretty cool on the Galaxy S10+ for example to hide that hole-punch. There are also a number of live wallpapers that are designed for the Galaxy Fold but should work on any device with Android 8.0 Oreo or above and cause the butterfly to flap its wings every time the device is unlocked.
The Galaxy Fold is an engineering marvel that looks to change the way we use our devices. We’ve previously heard that the Galaxy Fold does leave a mark across the fold and there are also concerns with a delay involved when with opening and closing the phone. The fold is said to become less noticeable when brightness is set at 70% or below but this is something that will be the main focus and the top of the list of things to test when the device is released later this month.
You can download the full-size images in bulk using this link.