Samsungline has an Infinity-O display that has a cut-out for the forward-facing camera in the upper right corner, as opposed to a notch. The size of the cut depends on the phone, with the S10E and S10 both having a single punch, while the S10 Plus has a pill-shaped cutout for its dual forward-facing cameras.
Standard wallpapers Samsung contains on its latest phones every attempt to hide the cut by darkening the top corner. Samsung Even.
Instead of hiding the clip, users begin to embrace and use it as a plug in their own wallpapers. Here is one of the first wallpapers that I have found especially to show off the clipping:
If it is not fun I do not know what is.
At Reddit there is some dedicated entirely to S10 background images that other users have created. Visit this page and browse through the various user-generated wallpapers, or request one to see if your Photoshop skills are missing. When you find one you like, save the image to your phone and then set it as wallpaper. Make sure you deselect the Motion Effect option, otherwise it will not set up correctly.
In addition, Samsung has developed the trendy wallpaper development by creating a dedicated store front in the Galaxy Store app. When you open the Galaxy Store app, the very first category should be "Cutout Wallpapers for S10." If not, go to My Galaxy > Themes and find the background image section there. Right now, all wallpapers in this section cost a small fee.