Google’s Project Fi program is still being offered in the United States. At first, we were afraid it wouldn’t stay long in the business because of competition but so far, so good. It’s been over three years since we learned about the new mobile carrier project that continues to expand in more states, delivering wireless service that is fast and simple. If you’re always traveling abroad, international roaming is being offered for free. We’ve already featured a number of smartphones but choices for Fi-friendly phones are still limited.

Three new devices are being added to the lineup by the tech giant. There’s the LG G7 ThinQ announced earlier this month, the LG V35 ThinQ, and the Moto G6 unveiled last month in Brazil.

These phones are only three of the latest in the market today. All three have big screens, expandable storage, and portrait mode. Starting with the Moto G6, this new device from Motorola is considered a mid-range phone. Its full retail price is $249 but on Project Fi, it only costs $199. It comes equipped with a 5.7-inch edge-to-edge screen, portrait mode, TurboPower charging, 32GB onboard storage, and microSD card slot for memory expansion. Google Photos is offered free for more storage of high-quality images.

The LG V35 ThinQ is the most expensive choice among the three at $899. We just told you about this phone and we mentioned how it’s more premium than the LG G7 ThinQ. This one boasts an OLED display, 64GB internal storage, and 6GB RAM among others. This one doesn’t have any notch but has the same 6-inch screen as with the LG G7 ThinQ.

The LG G7 ThinQ comes with a notched design. It’s the newest flagship phone from the other South Korean tech giant. It comes equipped with a 6.1-inch edge-to-edge screen, Boombox speaker, AI button, and dual 16MP cameras. We’ve got our hands on the G7 ThinQ and confirmed it isn’t a copy of the iPhone X. Its global rollout is about to start. Pre-orders started last week and by June 1, units will reach your doorsteps.

Google has listed the Moto G6 on pre-order from Project Fi. The new LG phones will be ready starting this June.

If you can buy these phones from other retailers and mobile networks, why choose Project Fi? For one, the carrier has plenty of advantages over the competition. The company allows users to easily switch to the best connection possible whether 4G LTE or WiFi. Seamless connection is promised all the time. You can be online or offline but still be contacted on only one number.

Pricing of Project Fi phones is reasonable. A flat rate is available and you can just add or top-up for additional data. You can also choose data-only support if you like. It’s now open to everyone in the US with more coverage from US Cellular, free data in most countries at no extra charge, G Suite integration, and more reach in 170 countries and territories. If you use Android Messages, you can avail of the smart reply option only on Project Fi.

SOURCE: The Keyword (Google)