Back in February, Google introduced a new “Curated Culture” wallpaper collection for its Pixel phones. Last month, the company added three new wallpapers to the collection ahead of International Women’s Day. Google is now expanding the “Curated Culture” collection again with new wallpapers for Earth Day, which have been drawn by artist Jeremyville.
If you have a Pixel phone, you can access these exclusive wallpapers from the Styles and Wallpapers menu. However, they are only available on the Pixel 3 and newer phones. It is also worth noting that the wallpapers aren’t optimized for the hole-punch displays on the Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5.
While the full resolution copies of the wallpapers are exclusive to Google’s best Android phones, you can download the 1080p versions above for non-Pixel phones.
This Thursday will be the 51st Earth Day, an annual event to raise awareness about environmental protection and mobilize people worldwide for transformative action to save our planet from the effects of climate change. Just like last year, most Earth Day events this year will be held online.
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new dog, old tricks
Sony’s latest flagship phone has a 120Hz 4K HDR display and the world’s first variable telephoto camera in a smartphone — but it also packs legacy features like a headphone jack and microSD expandability. With LG out of the picture, the Xperia 1 III seems like a perfect alternative to more mainstream options for consumers that want the best of tomorrow and yesterday in one package.
Can’t beat Pixel perfect
I love just about everything about the Galaxy S21 from the screen to the battery to the Bluetooth, but there’s one tiny little detail that’s kept me running back to the Pixel 4a: taking photos for work. I’ve taken all of my article photos with phones for years now, and the S21 is the first phone in a long time where it simply doesn’t cut it.