Galaxy Note 8 released back in 2017 and at the time was one of the best phones on the market.
The Note 8 arrived with a gargantuan 6.3-inch AMOLED display that is still one of the best around.
Moreover, the device retained the product line’s signature S Pen that allows users to jot down information instantaneously.
The device also arrived with a dual-camera system that remains incredibly capable.
When the Note 8 released it came pre-installed with Android 7 Nougat but since received an upgrade to Android 8 Oreo.
However, back in August Google showed off the latest iteration of the operating system.
Dubbed Android 9 Pie, the software brings a number of noticeable improvements for fans.
Samsung recently announced when its devices upgrade to Google’s latest and greatest they will run a skin on top called One UI.
One UI represents the South Korean tech giant’s next generation software skin and has been specifically engineered to make using larger devices, such as the Galaxy Note series, easier overall.
Discussing the software, Samsung said: “One UI helps you focus on what really matters to you.
“With hardware and software working together in harmony, see only what you need, using and viewing your phone with an experience that feels second nature.
“Because it’s the small details that make a big difference.”
Samsung has insisted the skin positions items towards the middle and bottom of smartphone displays to make reaching content more simple.
In addition to making navigation easier, One UI also delivers a number of other changes such as a new aesthetic and a dark mode for Samsung fans.
The South Korean tech giant recently started delivering One UI and Android 9 Pie to Galaxy S9 owners ahead of schedule.
Towards the end of last month some Galaxy S9 owners stated they were receiving an alert telling them the new operating system could be downloaded.
Samsung also updated its Members application last month to reflect a revised rollout schedule for One UI and Android 9 Pie.
The Galaxy Note 8 was initially supposed to be granted the new software in March but is now expected to get it in February.
Such a date is now a month ahead of when the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are pencilled in for the upgrade.
Here is a full list of when Samsung devices are receiving One UI and Android 9 Pie:
• Galaxy Note 9 (January 2019)
• Galaxy S9 (January 2019)
• Galaxy S9+ (January 2019)
• Galaxy Note 8 (February 2019)
• Galaxy S8 (March 2019)
• Galaxy S8+ (March 2019)
• Galaxy Tab S4 10.5 (April 2019)
• Galaxy A6 (April 2019)
• Galaxy A6+ (April 2019)
• Galaxy A7 2018 (April 2019)
• Galaxy A8 Star (April 2019)
• Galaxy A8+ 2018 (April 2019)
• Galaxy A9 2018 (April 2019)
• Galaxy J2 (2018) (April 2019)
• Galaxy J2 Core (April 2019)
• Galaxy J4 (April 2019)
• Galaxy J6+ (April 2019)
• Galaxy On7 (2018) (April 2019)
• Galaxy J4+ (May 2019)
• Galaxy J6 (May 2019)
• Galaxy J8 (May 2019)
• Galaxy J7 2017 (July 2019)
• Galaxy J7 Duo (July 2019)
• Galaxy J7 Neo (July 2019)
• Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 (August 2019)
• Galaxy Tab A 2017 (October 2019)
• Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (October 2019)