Never mind a character text crashing into your phone – if you’re on Android, your wallpaper selection can be a bigger problem. Users have discovered (via Android authorities at 9to5Google) that an innocent photo of the scene is “soft brickering” by some Android phones when used as a background. Your phone will not be completely shut down if this happens, but it will be stuck in a loop that will turn on and off the lock screen, even after the reboot. Your recourses are either to use safe mode to delete the photo file or use the bootloader to reset the device completely.
The issue can be in the color spaces your phone supports and how they are handled. Dylan Roussel from 9to5 discovered that the image source uses RGB color space instead of Android’s preferred sRGB, and Android 10 doesn’t change where the Android 11 preview is made – which causes problems anytime a user needs to display The phone does not match the picture, which is a problem if you simply set the picture as your wallpaper. Other images are likely to lead to the same issue.