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Most badass Galaxy S10 wallpapers: Black hole, Darth Vader, Simpsons and more – CNET

The Galaxy S10 phones have company. Samsung finally showed off its Galaxy Fold, a foldable phone that has two displays. There’s the main display on the outside, and a much larger display when you open the phone.

Unfortunately, it’s already having problems, so Galaxy S10 fans who have been lusting after the Fold might start feeling thankful for what they do have. Your Galaxy S10 might not bend down the middle, but you can still dress it up with your favorite characters, from Bender, the robot from Futurama, Baymax, the lovable robot from Big Hero 6 and Darth Vader and R2-D2 ($55 at Amazon) of Star Wars fame. Scroll through the best of the bunch below. (Step-by-step instructions on how to install these Galaxy S10 wallpapers are at the end.)

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1. Black hole photographed by the Event Horizon Telescope (Download wallpaper)

You can’t get more epic than this first image of a black hole. Hat tip: Redditor u/Biturgi.

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Become one with astrophysics history.

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Darth Vader, perhaps the most iconic Star Wars villain, glares out at you from a darkened helmet. 

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Darth Vader

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It appears that R2-D2, the helpful droid from Star Wars, peeps at you with his robot eye.

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R2-D2

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The Star Wars BB-8 droid accompanies you, like it did with Poe Dameron.

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Star Wars BB-8 droid

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The Death Star from Star Wars sits in the corner of your phone, ready to destroy.

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The Death Star from Star Wars

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Baymax from Big Hero 6 waves at you, ready to become your new best friend.

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Big Hero 6

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Bender from Futurama struts toward you while staring at you with his robot eyes.

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Bender from Futurama

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8. Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc. (Download wallpaper)

Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc. attempts to scar you when you turn on your phone.

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Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc.

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The Minion is ready to be your sidekick and take on the day (or the world).

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Minion

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Wall-E searches for life on Earth while looking at you.

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Wall-E

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Iron Man uses your phone camera to shoot beams from his hands. 

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Iron Man

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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters stares ahead with a menacing look.

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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

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Thor gazes at you with his eye patch on.

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Thor

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The iconic doughnut from The Simpsons is hanging around your camera.

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Simpsons doughnut hole

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Michael Jordan’s infamous Air Jordan Jumpman slam dunks on your camera.

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Air Jordan

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The Mars Rover looks to you for a mission.

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Mars Rover

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How to set wallpaper on the Galaxy S10

To change your wallpaper on the Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus ($961 at Amazon) to one of the images above, follow these steps:

  1. Open the web link to the wallpaper

  2. Tap and hold down on the image until a menu pops up

  3. Tap “Download image”

  4. Click the home button

  5. Tap and hold down on a blank spot on the home screen until a menu pops up

  6. Tap Wallpapers

  7. Tap Gallery

  8. Tap the image you just downloaded

  9. Tap “Home and lock screens”

  10. Tap “Set as wallpaper”

  11. Tap the home button and take a look at your new wallpaper

That’s it! Hope you enjoy your new Galaxy S10 wallpaper. Remember, you can swap them out all you like.

Originally posted March 19.

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