The ecosystem of Windows Phone though slowly builds up, but not really thriving. Nokia has therefore already developed some apps for Windows Phone to strengthen the ecosystem.Samsung now does the same and has the camera and apps Manga Artist Paper published for Windows Phone.
Both apps have the task of manipulating photos. The manga Camera tinkering from photos in real time manga images that look not bad if you look at the screenshots.
Paper artist has a similar function, only you can use advanced filter to improve the photos here also.
While users of last year's flagship Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II are still waiting for an update to Android 4.2.2, get the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus in Germany now just this Android iteration.
The update with the version number XXUBMG8 (more I9105PXXUBMG8) is available via KIES and brings some improvements in performance with it, also part of TouchWiz were adjusted.Since the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus with an approximately similar performance hardware as the Galaxy S II is an update to Android 4.2.2, it is quite likely that the Galaxy S II (conceived differently by Connect without any source) a receives update to Android 4.2.2.
That the Galaxy S II Plus now gets in front of the Galaxy S III and the Note II Android 4.2.2, in my opinion could have two reasons: Firstly, the less popular device could be a kind of guinea pig for the update - but for others, it might also indicate that Samsung will bring Android 4.3 for the Galaxy S III and Mark II actually directly.