Samsung is trying to tempt Apple fans away from their iPhones with a "test drive" offer.
For $1, iPhone users can try out Samsung's latest releases — the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5, along with the slightly older Galaxy S6 Edge — for an entire month.
The rented phone will come with an activated SIM card good for 30 days of data and cell service. If users don't like the phone, they can send it back.
If they decide they want to switch, they can buy a "qualifying Samsung device" — after which there is "even more love in store for you," Samsung wrote without much explanation.
To take advantage of the test trial, users must sign up through their iPhone. On Thursday, research firm Gartner released a report showing that Samsung smartphone sales had declined worldwide by 5.3 percent over the last year, while iPhone sales had climbed 36 percent.
Apple sales were especially strong in China, where consumers flocked to the bigger screens of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which measure 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, respectively.
Samsung went even bigger with the phones it introduced last week, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5, which both have 5.7-inch screens.
Update: Apparently there are a lot of curious iPhone owners out there. "Due to the overwhelming demand, we are temporarily out of test drive phones," Samsung announced on Friday afternoon. "Please keep checking back for available phones."