Google's Project Fi service could be getting a serious update very soon. According to a publication now removed from BGR, which appears to be a broken embargo in a forthcoming Google announcement, Google is opening the Fi Project to more devices.
More specifically, Google could add support for Samsung devices, OnePlus, as well as LG and Motorola, reports Droid Life. Some LG devices and Motorola already work with Project Fi, but Google could be adding more devices of these brands to its arsenal.
And if OnePlus and Samsung were not enough, Google could be adding support for Apple's iPhone devices, in beta.
The only downside here is that you may not get the full "Google Fi" experience on these devices. And for the complete Fi experience, you'll need to get devices that are "designed for Fi" and that Google and its partners officially sell.
And notice the Google Fi brand? Google was finally able to abandon the Project Fi brand and replace it with the Google Fi brand, as we reported earlier this month.
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