Install It If You're Dealing with Android Oreo Problems
If you're struggling on Android Oreo you'll probably want to install the Android Pie update pretty quickly. It could solve a lot of your issues.
The Galaxy Note 8 Pie update isn't perfect. There's a growing list of issues and there's a chance you notice some of these bugs and performance problems. That said, there's also a chance it improves your Galaxy Note 8's performance.
Some Galaxy Note 8 users are noticing improved UI speeds, better battery life, improved connectivity, and fewer random reboots.
If your Note 8 is tied to a specific carrier you'll probably get additional bug fixes with your upgrade. Carriers typically tack on their own fixes.
Samsung's version of Android 9.0 Pie also comes with a few changes to the Note 8's Device Maintenance feature which is now called Device Care.
The company says performance modes are now streamlined and integrated into Power saving modes making it easier than ever to get a handle on key areas of your device's performance.
So, if you're unhappy with Oreo's performance on your device, give Android Pie a shot.