Samsung wallpapers: Get the latest ones available

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra using pen on display

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One of Samsung’s biggest strengths is design. Aside from being gorgeous and solidly built devices, Samsung’s phones come with some of the coolest wallpapers around. Samsung wallpapers are colorful, vibrant, and have plenty of contrast. This is because they are often designed to showcase the outstanding screens they’re to be displayed on, which are known for their deep black, radiant whites, and stunning color reproduction.

Regardless of the phone you use, you might be a fan of Samsung wallpapers. You’ve come to the right place, because we’ve put together all the wallpapers from the latest and greatest Samsung phones into this single hub. It will include images from all major Samsung devices released in the past few years. This includes the Samsung Galaxy S21, S20, and S10 series, as well as Note, Fold, Flip, and other series.

Also read: The best Samsung phones you can buy

Download the latest Samsung wallpapers

Editor’s note: We’ll regularly update this list of Samsung wallpapers as more are released.


How to download and set wallpapers

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First things first: We need to tell you how getting and installing these works.

You’ll need to download the wallpaper you want first. Don’t try to get one of the image previews we show you in this article. These images will be compressed and won’t be at their best quality. Instead, click on the button below each entry and download the full-resolution images. This way, your wallpapers will look amazing.

Transfer your wallpaper to your phone using something like Google Drive, sending yourself an email, or sending the file over USB or Bluetooth. Once you have your wallpaper on your phone, follow the steps below to set it as your wallpaper.

Note: We came up with this process using a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. We’ll also include instructions for setting a wallpaper on a stock Android device, using a Pixel 4a running Android 11. Just keep in mind that steps may change depending on the device and software your device is using. Some of these steps may be different for you. We’re giving you a couple of guides that will cover most users out there.

How to set a wallpaper on a Samsung phone:

  1. Press and hold on any empty space on your home screen.
  2. Select Wallpapers. This will open the Galaxy Themes app.
  3. Go into My stuff.
  4. Select Gallery.
  5. Find the wallpaper you downloaded. Select it.
  6. You can now pick whether you want to use the wallpaper for the home screen, lock screen, or both.
  7. Tap on Set as wallpaper.

How to set a wallpaper on a stock Android phone:

  1. Press and hold on any empty space on your home screen.
  2. Select Styles & wallpapers.
  3. Go into My photos.
  4. This will lead you to a third-party file manager or photo app. Pick your app of choice.
  5. Find the wallpaper you’ve downloaded and pick it.
  6. You’ll now be able to modify and move the wallpaper to your preferred position. You can also choose to have different home screen and lock screen wallpapers.
  7. Make your choices and hit the checkmark button.

More: The 10 best background and wallpaper apps for Android


Samsung Galaxy S21 wallpapers

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra informal

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Samsung’s Galaxy S devices are the most popular, but true Sammy fanatics know the real flagships are the Galaxy Note handsets. These are usually better spec’d, have larger screens, include an S Pen, and get bigger batteries. 2020 gave us a couple of versions, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, and they come with some really nice wallpapers.


Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 unfolded screen on

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Samsung continues evolving its foldable venture, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a much better option than its predecessor. It also has some really nice wallpapers we know you will enjoy. Given its unorthodox screen sizes and ratios, these won’t look great on all devices, but you can give them a try. Just keep in mind the Galaxy Z Fold 2 has two types of wallpapers. The wider ones are for the larger, unfolded screen. The narrow wallpapers are for the smaller outer screen.


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G

samsung galaxy z flip 5g

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is very similar to the original Galaxy Z Flip, and even the wallpapers are very similar. They have their slight differences, and the Z Flip 5G comes with a couple of extra abstract, colorful images. Just don’t try to fold the phone afterward, unless you have an actual Flip!


Samsung Galaxy S20 wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy S20 Hero 1

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE front display

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE finds a great balance by taking everything people loved about the S20 series, while leaving out what they didn’t care much for. It also manages to do this while keeping a very reasonable price that kept customers’ wallets relatively healthy. The wallpapers changed slightly, but they are very similar, keeping that flowery, colorful design language we know and love.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus screen head on 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Star Wars Edition wallpapers

samsung galaxy note 10 plus star wars edition wallpapers 2

Arguably the coolest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus version is the Star Wars Edition. Its Star Wars Samsung wallpapers are just as impressive. And since this is a more rare device, we know many of you will enjoy at least having the wallpapers.


Samsung Galaxy Fold wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy Fold tablet mode on chair

The original Samsung Galaxy Fold went through some design setbacks, but its wallpapers are some of the coolest. Especially considering how the butterfly theme adapts to the phone’s mechanics. We know it won’t be the same effect on normal smartphones and tablets, but these are still really cool.


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip sitting tall

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip introduced the flower and reflection wallpaper that suits its foldable design nicely. There’s also a very boring, mostly gray, wallpaper made specifically for the Thom Brown edition. You can get the flower versions if you’re feeling adventurous, or the Thom Brown edition if you want to feel a little fancier.


Samsung Galaxy A90 wallpapers

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G and black front and back

The Samsung Galaxy A90 came with good specs and what used to be a great price for a 5G phone when it was launched, back in 2019. It’s no longer a very relevant device, but it came with some unique wallpapers, and we haven’t seen any similar Samsung wallpapers released. These even include some Mickey and Minnie ones!


Samsung Galaxy S10 wallpapers

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus were stunning 2019 contenders, and they continue to be very popular phones right now. Their wallpapers are also very clean, while keeping a colorful vibe, and showing a very elegant, subtle disturbance in the water. If you feel like rocking one of these images, find them right below.


Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 wallpapers

The front of the Samsung Galaxy M10.

The Samsung Galaxy M10.

The Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 weren’t very popular phones. They were made for a younger audience, but sacrificed a lot to reach a lower price point. One thing that really stood out was its set of wallpapers, though. The phone’s imagery features a unique and surreal look into what looks like reflecting mountains, both below and above. They are trippy, but also very cool. Go get them!


Looking for more cool wallpapers? Samsung isn’t the only contender. You can get wallpapers from all manufacturers. Check out this collection of default wallpapers from 125+ Android devices.

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