This update represents version M1AJQ.T387VVRU1ARJ2. Flagship phones are generally guaranteed to receive new software updates for at least 18-to-24-months, and there's still plenty of life left in the Galaxy S9 series.
Update, February 11, 2019 (10:30 AM ET): We've updated the rumor hub with a newly leaked watermark-free render of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus, via Evan Blass. This updated user interface aims to make navigating the OS easier, keeping relevant content that you want to interact with near the lower part of the screen while content that you'll be viewing is in the upper half. It appears that the new update brought the same things.
If you own this tablet and you purchased it from Verizon, it is recommended to check whether the update OTA is available for your device. In an update on the company's software support pages (h/t Android Police), T-Mobile wrote a status update had been halted and that it would "resume at a later time".
Wait for the device to check for updates. However, it doesn't seem that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 will get the Pie update as well.