Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ will work on Project Fi

Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ will work on Project Fi

Google has announced three new phones will be available on the Project Fi network. The Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and freshly announced LG V35 ThinQ will be coming soon to Project Fi. These devices join the Pixel phones, Nexus devices, and the Moto X4 on Google’s MVNO. Project Fi has been praised by consumers, but one thing it has lacked is a variety of phone options. These new devices should help with that problem.

Project Fi

For those unfamiliar with Project Fi, it’s a network that actually consists of multiple networks. Fi will intelligently switch to the best network depending on your location. It uses three 4G LTE networks to offer a wide coverage area. Plans start at $20 per month for unlimited talk and text and $10 per GB you’ve used. There is also a feature called “Bill Protection” which allows you to have unlimited data but you only pay for unlimited if you reach a certain amount of usage in a month.

New Fi Phones

Starting at the low-end, the Moto G6 is an excellent little device. It will be the most affordable Fi device at just $199.

  • 5.7-inch display
  • Dual 12+5MP cameras
  • 8MP front camera
  • 32GB of storage, microSD slot
  • 3,000 mAh battery, quick charging

The LG G7 was just announced earlier this month. It will cost $749 on Fi.

  • 6.1-inch display
  • Dual 16MP cameras
  • 8MP front camera
  • 64GB of storage, microSD slot
  • 3,000 mAh battery, wireless charging

The LG V35 is brand new and will cost $899 on Fi, making it the most expensive device offered by Google.

  • 6-inch display
  • Dual 16MP cameras
  • 8MP front camera
  • 64GB of storage, microSD slot
  • 3,300 mAh battery, wireless charging

The Moto G6 is already available for pre-order from Project Fi. The two LG phones will be available next month.


Source: Google Blog

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