Google's Project Fi service may soon be getting a serious upgrade. According to a now-removed post from BGR, which seems to be a broken embargo on Google's announcement, Google is open up to Fi to more devices.
More specifically, Google may be adding support for devices from Samsung, OnePlus, as well as LG and Motorola, reports Droid Life. Some LG and Motorola devices already work with Project Fi, but Google could potentially add more devices from these brands to its arsenal.
And if OnePlus and Samsung were not enough, Google might be adding support for Apple's iPhone devices – in beta.
The only catch here is that you can not get the full "Google Fi" experience on these devices. And for the full Fi experience, you will need to get devices that are "designed for Fi" and are officially sold by Google and its partners.
And notice the Google fi branding? Google may finally drop the project Fi branding and replace it with the Google Fi branding, as we reported earlier this month.
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