We’ve asked Google for comment. This is easy enough to avoid if you’re aware of it. It could be a serious problem if pranksters trick unsuspecting people, however, especially if they don’t know how to recover. If nothing else, it’s a reminder to get wallpapers only from sources you trust.
… if the current display supports it. If it isn’t supported, it will replace the Color Space of the image to SRGB, and it will log its current Color Space.
This is why it doesn’t crash on the Pixel 4 XL. However, on the Pixel 3 XL with Android 10…
— Dylan Roussel (@evowizz) May 31, 2020