May 30 AT 11:59 AM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Google’s Project Fi adds the Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ


Looks like the Moto G6 isn’t just getting attention from Amazon this week, as Google’s Project Fi is adding the handset, too.

The landing page for Google’s Project Fi’s list of supported devices has grown by three today. The Moto G6 is available to pre-order right now if you are so inclined, and you can pay $199 up front orĀ $8.29 per month for 24 months to make it yours.

If you prefer an LG-branded smartphone instead, there are two on the way. Project Fi has both the LG G7 ThinQ and the recently-announced LG V35 ThinQ up on the website, but neither has a specific launch date yet — other than they’ll both arrive some time in June.

There is pricing available for the new LG phones, though. For the G7 ThinQ you’ll need to pay $31.20 per month or $749 full price. The V35 ThinQ will retail for $37.46 per month 0r $899 full price.

So, those are the new additions. Are you planning on picking one up?

Source: Project Fi

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