Windows Mobile Wallpaper Pack 1 and 2 are collections of wallpapers in the formats 480x640 and 240x320 that have been specifically designed for Windows Mobile devices. Both Windows Mobile Wallpaper Packs are available for download at the Deviant Art profile page of the creator. The downloads have a size of 14.6 and 10.8 Megabytes and contain a selection of 133 wallpapers that spice up the look and feels of the mobile device.
The wallpapers have to be unpacked and transferred to the Windows Mobile device after downloading them from the website. Each package will unpack into two directories that refer to the sizes of the wallpapers contained within. While the wallpaper packs have been specifically designed for Windows Mobile devices they can basically be used on any device with a screen resolution of either 480x640 or 240x320.
Wallpapers are divided into several categories like nature, abstract or people. This means that the packs do contain enough variety to please most users. Well worth a download if you use a mobile device with a supported screen resolution.
The first wallpaper pack for Windows Phone has a size of about 15 Megabyte, the second one of about 10 Megabyte. While you do have dupes in it, as you will find all wallpapers in two resolutions, it may still be worth downloading the packs if you are running a phone or other device that runs on one of the resolutions.
The majority of modern phones run a higher resolution, which means that while you may have no issues using the wallpapers on older phones, they won't look nearly as good on newer phones of the last couple of years. Still, it may be worth a shot as some of them look really nice.Advertisement
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