The new Oreo update comes with a firmware version number N950FXXU3CRC1 for the Note 8 smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo update brings picture-in-picture support, which makes it a bit easier to multitask without losing sight of content or a video call.
The Taiwanese OEM is now pushing the Android 8 Oreo update to users of its P10 and P10 Plus units. Go to Settings Software update Download updates manually. Do not set up the device fully, And do connect it to the Wi-Fi network. The screenshots below are of the Galaxy Note 8 running Oreo update, in case you're wondering. However, having seen the Oreo-based EMUI 8.0 on the Mate 10 Pro, we'd expect very similar functionality on the P10 and P10 Plus, although some features that are tied to the new Kirin 970 SoCs (such as the AI stuff that Huawei's so proud of) may appear in an altered form, or even be omitted alltoghether. It will come with a lot of system improvements which actually helps you out to run your Note 8 device more smoother. However, since the update is rolling out in France, it will soon cover the entire European countries first and the company will push the update to more markets before the end of this month.
Do let us know whether you are able to grab the Oreo OTA on your Galaxy Note 8 using the trick above?