Bad news for users.
Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 + and Galaxy Note 8 are Korean flagship devices that originally appeared on the market almost three years ago: in 2017. From the moment they were taken out of the box, these devices operated under the control of Android 7 Nougat, and then remained updated to Android 8 Oreo and Android 9 Pie. However, data from Samsung are contradictory. A few days ago we gave you a scheme and schedule for updating Koreans' smartphones to the latest version of Android.
The SamMobile service informed that a representative of the Samsung customer service department announced that the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 line will receive the latest version of Android and will participate in the process of refreshing the interface of One UI to version 2.0. A stable version of the software would appear on your smartphone already at the beginning of 2020 – Koreans would now be conducting internal beta testing of their upgrade.
Samsung's flagship devices from 2018 and 2019 will receive an update to Android 10 about half a year after its official release. It's faster than previous versions of the software. Proceder shows that the technologies implemented by Google work as they should.
The final, unambiguous answer to whether or not the Galaxy S8, S8 + and Note 8 will get Android 10 is unfortunately missing. It remains to count on luck.