Google’s own virtual network operator, Project Fi has just announced its expansion of devices it will support. Previously, the wireless service only supported the Moto X4, its Android One variant, the Pixel and Pixel 2, and the Nexus 5X and 6P. Now, Project Fi will add LG’s G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ handsets and the Moto G6.
The 32GB variant of the Moto G6 is now available for preorder on the Project Fi site and costs $199 with the service, while the G7 and V35 will arrive this June (with a $50 Fi credit for those who preorder) retailing for $749 and $899, respectively. Before the release of LG’s V35, rumors swirled about the phone being an AT&T exclusive.
Project Fi is particularly unique in its network service due to their ability to switch between networks according to an area’s signal strength.