Sep 08, 2020 App News
A great wallpaper really has the ability to change the whole impression of a phone. With Samsung, which is on the top of the display game; where their AMOLED panels are hailed as the best that one can find in a smart phone, a good wallpaper really adds that little extra wow factor.
If you’ve managed to get your hands onto the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra, you’re probably not willing to open up and discover the insides of your phone. However, iFixit took it upon themselves to do just that. They released 6 high-quality close ups of the internals of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, shared under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license, so anyone is free to download and use them.
The images include two close-up shots of the internals of each device with varying exposure levels (a normal image and a darker version). They also included X-ray images of both the flagship phones.
Apart from the aesthetic, the wallpapers reveal so much information about both the smartphones. Upon the removal of the motherboard, it was surprising to find no thermal paste or copper inside to keep the processor cool. iFixit was surprised to discover a graphite thermal pad instead of a vapor chamber cooling system which is super unfortunate especially for the price point. Samsung definitely has a lot to explain in this front.
If the sight of high-resolution teardown wallpapers showcasing the internals of Samsung’s latest flagship phones excites you, then you should definitely get your hands on the ‘Free-to-Download’ wallpapers.