Google’s cellular service Project Fi is a unique project which doesn’t work on every other Android smartphone. Most manufacturers refrain from making phones for this service and it worked only on the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P devices.
Google has officially discontinued both mid-ranged devices and Project Fi moved all the way up to the flagship models, Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. Both these devices are quite expensive making it difficult for the average buyer to checkout what Fi offers.
Putting an end to the constant customer requests, the company has confirmed that the newly launched Moto X4 device will support Project Fi. The phone is an Android One device which has offers pure vanilla android experience, has no bloatware and is priced right at just $399 with a Fi connection, making it affordable and practical.
The specifications of the phone are equally promising but Google is yet to launch something at the entry level like the Nexus 5X which was just $199 through Fi cellular network. Good news about owning Moto X4 is that you will not only get upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo operating system soon after launch but will also get Android P when it gets released later next year.
Buyers who already own a Nexus device can exchange it and get the X4 with a discount of $165 from the original $399.