This should be one of the latest updates, since Samsung should publish the final version by the end of February and according to reports, it seems that all the bugs in the last beta have been resolved.
The update has a weight of 577MB and brings the system version to the N950FXXU5ZSB2. Despite the considerable weight, the changelog does not explicitly mention many of the introduced fixes, but is limited to the fact that the Settings menu no longer crashes while trying to adjust the parameters of the hot spot function.
The moment of the final release is approaching, even though it is very unlikely that Android 9 Pie will reach all Notes 8 in the month of February, because the roll out time will always take several weeks to complete.
In any case, it is good news for all owners of Galaxy Note 8, who can finally get the update that introduces the long-awaited One UI interface. The last generation comment is a terminal is still extremely currentThanks to the powerful SoC Exynos 8895, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, AMOLED QHD + 6.3 "display and a dual rear camera with 12 MegaPixel high performance, the only understated appearance is the 3,330 mAh battery.
(update of 12 February 2019, 09:01)