Brazilian developer Guilherme Rambo has managed to extract a cute new ringtone just for iPhone X from the iOS 11.1 code and share it on Twitter, with a Reddit user making a downloadable copy of the audio file that can be used as a ringtone on older iPhones.

The exclusive iPhone X ringtone is called “Reflection”.

For those of you who want to set it as your ringtone after downloading the audio file, we have a tutorial on how to add custom ringtones using only Garageband for iOS.

This is what it sounds like.

It sounds fresh, I love it a lot!

“Reflection” replaces the “Opening” ringtone that has been used as the default option on iPhones since iOS 7. The original iPhone’s ringtone, “Marimba” is still included in iOS.

To change ringtones on your iPhone, launch the Settings app and navigate to Sounds → Ringtone or Sounds & Haptics→ Ringtone.

If you have previously purchased ringtones from iTunes Store, you can redownload them to your iPhone by choosing Download All Purchased Tones at the top of the page.

iPhone X arrives this Friday, November 3.

So, how are you guys liking the “Reflection” ringtone so far? Speaking of which, what’s your favorite stock ringtone on iPhone? Let us know down below in the comment section.