If you’re running Android 6 and 7 on your Galaxy Note8, you’ll be able to get Marshmallow on the device as soon as it hits the store in the coming days.

The Samsung Galaxy Note line, which is also available on Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, also boasts the most Android software on the market, including Samsung Pay and the new Samsung Health app.

We’ll be testing out the Marshmallow update on the Galaxy Note9, which will be launching in a few days, in the next few days.

The Note8 will feature a new, higher resolution display than the one we’ve seen on the iPhone 6 Plus.

The device is also getting a new front-facing camera with the ability to shoot 4K video.

We’ve got a hands-on video to give you an idea of what the new features will look like.

The Galaxy Note 9 is also expected to have a fingerprint scanner, a new fingerprint scanner with NFC, and a 5-megapixel camera.

You can expect a couple of other improvements, too.

Samsung has also promised a new version of the Galaxy S8, with a 4.7-inch display, a larger battery, and improved security.

We’re looking forward to checking it out and reporting back when we get one.