Ah, the fun of trying to read between the lines… or in this case, a wallpaper. Google released a set of wallpapers yesterday on their Instagram account for Spring 2018. That in itself is not news. The Mountain View company has released such seasonal wallpapers for several years now. But what grabbed everyone’s attention was this one:
The Android faithful know the next major version of Android is currently referred to as Android P. And Popsicle starts with P. Is Google giving us a bold and clear hint?
When the Google Pixel 2 lineup was released, a series of “Come & Play” wallpapers were made available to the those devices exclusively. Consisting of 5 wallpapers in all, they are colorful, playful wallpapers that bring a mix of organic shapes and Material Design.
Now, you can download all of the wallpapers for your particular phone. I’ve added the five wallpapers to the Wallpapers page here on the site as well as to this post. As usual, I’ve added them after the break so for those of you who aren’t interested, you don’t have to wait for them to download on the main page.
The Nokia 7 Plus was announced last month at Mobile World Congress and it is just now starting to roll out to various markets globally. While the phone likely won’t be coming to the United States, that doesn’t mean you can’t get the wallpapers from the phone.
In all, there are 11 wallpapers that come with the new 7 Plus, all are 2560 x2560 so they will work on just about any phone out there and more than a few laptops too. As I normally do with wallpaper posts, I have added all of the wallpapers to the Wallpaper page here on the site as well as to this post after the break.
While we are still a couple of weeks away from the official announcement of the Huawei P20, the follow up to last year’s awesome P10, we pretty much know everything there is to know about it. Now, thanks to the folks at XDA, we also have all of the wallpapers that are going to be coming on the new phone.
In all, there are 12 wallpapers that will ship with the P20. All are 1080 x 2160 in size which is an 18:9 ratio. That doesn’t mean however you can’t use them on any phone with a bit of pinch-and-pull resizing on your screen. I’ve added all of the wallpapers to this post in thumbnails as well as to the Wallpaper page here on the site. To save those who aren’t interested, I’ve put them after the break so they don’t have to download them.
Less than a day after being announced, all of the stock wallpapers for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have leaked and are now available here on the Wallpaper page. As I normally do on these posts, I’ve put all of the wallpapers after the break so those who are not interested can move along and skip having to load them.
All of the wallpapers measure 1920×1920 or 2560×2560 so they will work with any mobile out there and could even be used as a wallpaper for your Chromebook, PC or Mac in some cases.
If you have been looking for the stock wallpaper from the Google Pixelbook, look no further. I’ve added the waves on white sand wallpaper to the Wallpaper page here on the site but also have added it to this post below the break. That’ll save those of you who aren’t interested having to wait for it to download.
The wallpaper measures 2400×2400 so you can manipulate it to work on all of your tablets, Chromebooks and of course, you phone.
If you have seen the articles flying by about Fuchsia OS, especially the detailed breakdown by Ars Technica, you might be wanting to get your hands on that pretty nice default wallpaper for the OS. Now you can as I’ve attached to this post after the break.
If you aren’t familiar with Fuchsia, it is a yet-to-be confirmed new Operating System that Google is developing. Some are suggesting it is a replacement for Android but currently you are able to run it on a Google Pixelbook to test it. But it is rough, really rough. In fact, it would be safe to refer to it as pre-alpha at this point.