One of the ways in which Samsung turned away from having a notch in its Galaxy S10 smartphone family was to put the front camera and sensors on the screen, leaving a small clipping in the corner of the screen. Users have created some smart wallpapers to hide the hole, and Samsung recently partnered with Disney to launch a series of their own custom wallpapers that camouflage the camera
It's very easy to hide the hole with the wallpaper right: just have to be surrounded by something that is black, or call attention to something, is actually a hole, or at least a small round point. Samsung partnered with Disney for its own series of wallpapers featuring characters from Frozen Zootopia and The Incredibles .
Most of Samsung's official phone issues are not free; users can use them for 14 days before they expire and return to the phone's default theme, unless they pay for it, but the company says these new Disney themes will be free for Galaxy S10 and S10E users (the Galaxy S10 Plus it has a perforator in the form of a pill and does not seem to be included).