Google’s Project Fi service went through some major changes at the end of last year. The company rebranded the service to Google Fi and introduced support for iPhones.
And although most Android phones work with Google Fi, the company is today introducing full support for another new Android device: Motorola’s moto g7. The device comes with Google Fi support baked in, meaning you will get access to all of Google Fi’s features.
That includes things like the ability to seamlessly switch between different networks, enhanced security, etc. None of that is available on devices that don’t come with Fi support on board, and that also includes the iPhone.
Motorola’s moto g7 is the company’s latest affordable phone that comes with a 6.2-inch display, two 12MP cameras, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 3000mAh battery, and the Snapdragon 632 processor.
The device usually sells for $299, but you can get it for $50 less (or for $10.38 a month) from Google Fi.