The Pixel 4a is all-but-confirmed to be Google's next smartphone, but we're still waiting on the company to formally announce the heavily leaked device. Until then, if you're eager for a taste of what the Pixel 4a user experience might be like, you can try out user-made versions of the phone's wallpapers on your own Android device right now.

These aren't the official Pixel 4a wallpapers, but rather recreations from artist on Twitter. The five wallpaper designs are based on leaked images of the Pixel 4a, and they certainly look the part. That said, Pashapuma's wallpapers can't dynamically change when you swap between light and dark mode on your phone-something the Pixel 4a's wallpapers will likely do automatically-but the download folder contains multiple color variants of each wallpaper, so it shouldn't be hard to find a background that matches your device's theme.

To apply one of the 4a-style wallpapers to your Android device, you'll need to first download the wallpapers you want to use to your own Android ( and ). Next, you'll need to apply them as your home and/or lock screen background. This will be slightly different depending on your device, but you should be able to find the option in your Android settings' Display section. You can also try long-pressing an open space on your home screen, which should give you the option to edit your wallpaper.