Get Familiar with Android Pie and One UI
Now is also a great time to start getting familiar with the changes on board Samsung's version of Android Pie if you haven't done so already.
As we mentioned, Samsung's version of Pie comes with some massive changes for the Galaxy Note 8 and a big part of that is the new One UI.
Simply put, Android Pie with One UI looks a whole lot different than Android Oreo with Samsung Experience. And this is precisely why we recommend getting familiar with the software ahead of time. If you do, you won't be caught off guard by the changes. There are a few ways to get this done.
First, if you're feeling brave, you could try the Galaxy Note 8 Android Pie beta on your phone. The beta is plagued with bugs but it will allow you to try the new features before the official release.
If you don't want to unreleased software you can get familiar with Android Pie and the One UI via one of our guides.
It's important to get acquainted with Android Pie's base level features so have a look at our Android Pie vs. Android Oreo walkthrough.
We've also put together a guide to the One UI that offers a look at the various changes coming to the Galaxy Note 8's user interface.
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