Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is now official, and the device regarding looks is quite similar to its predecessor. However, the internals is much beefier this time with bigger better battery and processor. The device now also comes with 8GB RAM and a whopping 512GB of internal storage, along with room for expansion via SD-card as well. Now, most might thing is that the device isn’t much worthy of an upgrade as of now, because the Galaxy Note 8 is pretty much enough for the next 2 years to come.
While some may want to make their Note 8 look similar to the latest Galaxy Note 9 and one of the places to start this is getting those stock wallpapers of the Galaxy Note 9, and the link for that can be found below. Download the zip file and extract those images on your phone’s internal storage.
In total there are 12 wallpapers to choose from, and most of them are liquidize designs, and Samsung has also thrown some abstract art as well. Along with that, Official stock ring-tones of the Galaxy Note 9 are also here, and the download link from Google drive is also present below.
To set the sound from your newly downloaded ring-tones, head over to Settings > then Sound and tap on Phone ring-tone, within that select the add button which will launch the Media Manager and then browse the downloaded ring-tones and set them as default.