The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been launched a while ago and if you don't like how their phone's front camera cutout is sticking out, then you can hide it. Below you can find the proper instructions on how to manually hide the camera cutout easily using your phone's Settings menu.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 frontal camera is one of the best ones in 2019, but there are some people who aren't fans of the location where Samsung decided to place the camera cutout. If you are a fan of bright wallpapers, and you don't like the camera cutout sticking out as it does right now, then you can hide it by tinkering with your Galaxy Note 10 settings. Note that this guide is destined to be used for the smartphone Galaxy Note 10 model, and not the older Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets that Samsung was producing a few years back.
How to hide Front Camera Cutout for the Galaxy Note 10 2019:
- Go to Settings.
- Open the Display options menu.
- Now find and open the Full Screen Apps menu.
- Next, tap the 3-dot settings icon. It can be found on the upper right-hand side of the screen.
- Tap "Advanced Settings".
- Now you can toggle ON the "Hide camera cutout" option.
These were the steps you had to take in order to hide the camera cutout for your Galaxy Note 10 device. If this guide didn't work, then you should tell us in comments and we will gladly help you complete it.
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 10MP frontal camera with support for capturing video at 2160p and 30fps, auto_HDR, Dual Pixel PDAF. The camera on the back of the device is a triple camera with telephoto and ultrawide capabilities. Also, the Galaxy Note 10 runs on Android 9 Pie, and uses the One UI. It is powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset in the US, while the rest of the world will get the Exynos 9825 chipset instead.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with 256GB internal storage and 8GB of RAM, it doesn't have support for adding an extra storage card, under display fingerprint scanner, a non-removable 3500 mAh battery and support for 25W fast battery charging. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus versions are the first Samsung models coming without a headphone jack.