New Android One now available in Spain and Portugal

The Android One program, where Google works with local manufacturers in emerging markets to offer entry-level and affordable smartphones with specified specs from the tech giant, is now making its way to Europe. The newest model, the BQ Aquaris A4.5 is now available in Spain and Portugal, bringing a value-packed device which might entice those who are trying out Android for the first time with a low-priced smartphone. It also comes with a guarantee for constant updates in the next 24 months.

Nexus phones might be known as 5X and 6P, Huawei Nexus to have 128GB option

Now that the September 29 Google event has been confirmed, all we need to do is wait for D-Day. That and maybe hear more speculations and spread rumors that could be true like the two new Nexus phones' names. We're hoping that the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P will be called as such because they're easier to remember. The 5X we already heard is the one from LG so the 6P is obviously from Huawei.

Verizon offers roaming in Cuba, first from an American mobile carrier

After T-Mobile's further expansion in the US and other countries, here's Verizon Wireless bringing its reliable mobile connection to Cuba. The US has just reopened its embassy in Cuba and this is good news for travelers who are planning to visit the country soon. A new roaming option, the first one actually in Cuba, was just announced by Verizon under the Pay-As-You-Go International Travel deal.
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