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The best Android wallpapers: Default wallpapers from 90+ Android devices
Change your smartphone wallpaper, and suddenly you’ll feel like you’re holding a whole new device. Changing the wallpaper on your Android is also a straightforward task. What’s hard is finding the right one.
We’ve rounded up some of the best Android wallpapers around. More specifically, these are the stock wallpapers from many of the best devices available in the market. You’re bound to find something you like here, so let’s get right into it!
Also read: The ten best customization apps for Android
Android Wallpapers from top smartphones
Editor’s note: We’ll keep updating this list of the best wallpapers as new devices launch.
How to download and set your Android wallpapers
Let’s start by telling you how all of this works. You’ll need to click on the device and download the full wallpaper from the page you’re redirected to. 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.
How to set a wallpaper:
- Press and hold on to any empty space on your home screen.
- Select Wallpaper & style.
- Pick Change wallpaper.
- Go into My photos.
- Find the wallpaper you’ve downloaded and pick it.
- You’ll now be able to modify and move the wallpaper to your preferred position. You can also choose to have a different home screen and lock screen wallpapers.
- Make your choices and hit the checkmark button.
Note: We came up with these steps using a Pixel 4a 5G running Android 12. Keep in mind that each phone operates a little differently, so the steps might be different on your device.
Android wallpapers from software versions
Here you’ll find the stock wallpapers included in the most recent versions of Android, such as Pie, Oreo, Marshmallow, Lollipop, and a few others.
Note: Most of the other stock wallpapers found on the Pixel phones can be found in Google’s own Wallpapers app.
We know most of our readers are Android users, but some of you might still like Apple’s wallpapers! The good news is wallpapers work on any phone, so you can use these as Android wallpapers too!
Asus has both subtle and very dramatic-looking handsets. The same can be said about their relative wallpapers.
Google Android wallpapers
Razer Android wallpapers
Razer only released a couple of phones: the Razer Phone and Razer Phone 2. Both were pretty good, but the gaming giant has moved away from the mobile market. They kept all their wallpapers available for you to download straight from the official website, though! These are very fun wallpapers, especially if you’re into the gaming aesthetics the brand is so well-known for.
- Samsung Galaxy Fold
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Star Wars Edition
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S8
Related: Get the best Samsung wallpapers here
Android Wallpapers from apps
Apart from OEM wallpapers, numerous apps are available on the Google Play Store, ranging from individual live wallpapers to extensive collections with every wallpaper you can dream of. If you like to frequently change the wallpaper on your smartphone, these apps are worth checking out.