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Wallpaper Wednesday: Special Google Pixel 7 Pro edition!
Welcome to Wallpaper Wednesday! In this weekly roundup, we’ll give you a handful of Android wallpapers you can download and use on your phone, tablet, or even your laptop/PC. The images will come from folks here at Android Authority as well as our readers. All are free to use and come without watermarks. File formats are JPG and PNG, and we’ll provide images in both landscape and portrait modes, so they’ll be optimized for various screens.
For the newest walls as well as all the ones from previous weeks, check out this Drive link. Want to submit your own? Head to the bottom of this article.
Wallpaper Wednesday: October 12, 2022
Another week, another set of awesome Android wallpapers for you to share! Today, we are changing things up a bit. Instead of showing off photos from our readers and staff here at Android Authority, we are only showing wallpapers we shot using the Google Pixel 7 Pro. These are all straight-out-of-the-camera images with no editing. As usual, you’ll want to hit up the Drive link to get them in a non-compressed format.
First, we have four shots using the Pixel 7 Pro’s macro setting. In order, there’s a closeup of a sculpture, wood art, the seat of a leather chair, and a chain necklace. Next, there’s a really cool shot of a staircase that would make a minimal setup look great.
The last four shots are all taken at night around Brooklyn. There’s a shot of the Brooklyn Bridge as seen from a park. Then there’s a shot of Manhattan as seen from underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. The eighth shot is a long-exposure photo of some traffic, which we captured using the Pixel’s included long-exposure mode. Finally, the last photo is the Brooklyn Bridge as seen from its footpath.
Be sure to download these photos in their high resolutions from this Drive link!
How to submit your own Android wallpapers
We are very excited to see your own contributions to our Wallpaper Wednesdays project. Before submitting, here are the rules:
- Your submissions should be your own creation. That means photos you took, digital art you created, etc. Please don’t submit other people’s work. That’s just not cool.
- You must agree to let Android Authority share your Android wallpapers for free with anyone who wants them.
- We will not accept watermarked images. You will, however, get a credit and a link in the article itself. We can link to your website, your Twitter, your Instagram, etc.
Ready to submit? Send us an email by clicking here. You’ll need to include the highest-resolution version of the image you can provide, your name, and a brief description of what the image is. If you want us to link to a page you own in your credit, please provide that, too, but that’s optional.