If you can’t wait, Amazon’s own app provides similar functionality — it’s just not baked into the camera app.
This probably won’t be a deal breaker for Verizon’s S8 buyers as a result. However, the omission is bound to leave people scratching their heads. Why leave out a feature that virtually everyone else has when there shouldn’t be any technical barriers to including it? It’s likely to just be a temporary loss, but it underscores the headaches that frequently come with carrier-specific phone variants — you may not know if you’re getting the best possible device until you already have something in your hands.