Samsung has updated its Galaxy Note 8 with new features like AR Emojis and Super Slow Camera ! But its not available in all the countries . 
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Samsung has prepared the release of the firmware update that will bring them with it, at least for Note 8 devices.
This update, which has already begun to arrive in some countries such as France , not only brings the latest security patch to Samsung's high-end mobiles (Galaxy S and Galaxy Note), but also Note 8 users will check with joy that also includes two functions that we saw in the Galaxy S9 : the aforementioned AR Emojis and the super slow camera.

Two known and demanded functions

As reported by XDA Developers , some users from other countries (in India has not yet arrived) have made public the two major changes that appear in the update information.
 The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is compatible with video recording at 960 fps (super slow motion or Super Slow-motion), a feature present both in the latest Samsung star terminals and other competing models ( like Huawei P20 Pro ).
AR Emojis Samsung
 This update brings  another of the innovations that Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S9.  Perhaps as a response to the Animoji and Memoji announced by Apple in iOS 12 . 

AR Emojis are the 3D recreation of our face,  that we can use and share,  imitating our expressions or with a series of preconfigured stickers.
Until now, the Samsung Emojis ARs were exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + and the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy Note 9 , but from this update will also be available to Note 8 users.
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The update, which occupies a total of 711.91 MB, will come with the firmware number N950FXXU5CRHA and the security patch corresponding to the month of September . 

We still do not know the specific date of arrival in our country, but considering that it seems that it will not take long.