If you can't afford to buy the Galaxy S9, there are plenty of ways to spruce up your current device. We already showed you how to get Samsung's new auto-translation and makeup try-on features on any phone. Now you can add the S9's exclusive wallpapers to the list.
Samsung-obsessive tech blog SamMobile recently got its hands on the Galaxy S9's 19 new background images and uploaded them to a Google Drive folder for anyone to use. These are big files, but you can download them all as a ZIP on your computer or straight to your smartphone, or pick and choose the images you want at their original quality.
The full list includes a handful of colour gradients with Samsung's stylised "9" front and centre, along with a few more subtle options in a variety of colours. You can also grab the zoomed-in dandelion wallpaper (pictured up top), which Samsung has been using to promote the new phone.
Once you've downloaded the images you want, all you need to do is press down on your phone's home screen until a menu pops up. Tap the wallpaper icon in the bottom right corner, and then select Home screen, Lock screen or both. Finally, pick the wallpaper you want and hit Set to confirm it.
That's it. Now you have a brand new Galaxy S9 wallpaper to tide you over until you can buy the actual thing.