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Moto X4 to be the new mid-tier smartphone on Google's Project Fi -

Yesterday the official Twitter account for Google's MVNO, Project Fi, said we should expect a mid-tier priced smartphone to be supported by its network "later this year". It didn't provide any hints as to what exact device that would be, only ...and more »

Lenovo's Moto X4 is coming to Google's Project Fi in Q4 - VentureBeat

Google yesterday revealed that a Project Fi-compatible device “at a mid-tier price” was forthcoming from one of its hardware partners. VentureBeat has learned that the partner in question is the company's former subsidiary, Motorola — sold to Lenovo ...and more »

Mid-Tier Project Fi Phone Said To Be Lenovo's Moto X4 - Tech Times

Google just revealed on Thursday, June 29, that one of its hardware partners will release a Project Fi device with a "mid-tier price." That hardware partner seems to be Motorola, as VentureBeat has learned, and the said device will be the Moto X4, this ...and more »

Google Fi's mystery phone may be Moto X4 - SlashGear

By the end of the year here in 2017, Google Fi will have a new smartphone for sale. This device was revealed to be part of the company's plans earlier this week – and today the actual model has been leaked. Much like what we'd anticipated in our ...and more »

Report: Moto X4 Will be That Mid-Tier Project Fi Phone - Droid Life (press release) (blog)

Should the Moto X line makes its triumphant return later this year, it could do so as the first non-Google-branded Project Fi device. That's according to a report out of Venturebeat, claiming that the “mid-tier” device referenced in a Tweet yesterday ...and more »

Moto X4 Rumored To Be Project FI's Next Compatible Device - Ubergizmo

When Project Fi was first launched, the most affordable handset that was supported on the network was the Nexus 5X, but given that the phone has since been listed as out of stock, this leaves customers with only the Pixel handsets, which isn't exactly ...and more »

ZUK Brand May Not Be Dead After all, CEO Hints At ZUK Z3 & More - gizmochina (blog)

A recent rumour had hinted that Lenovo was planning to collapse the ZUK brand and instead focus its smartphone business under the Moto brand. The company had debunked such rumours but it has continued to fester and the recent redirecting of the Lenovo ...and more »

Lenovo's Moto X4 Reportedly Coming To Google Project Fi MVNO In Late 2017 - Hot Hardware

For those of us that are used to traditional wireless plans from carriers like AT&T and Verizon, Google's Project Fi is definitely a rather quirky alternative. The downside, however is that the number of smartphones that can be used with the service is ...and more »

Lenovo's Moto X4 will reportedly come to Project Fi in Q4 2017 - Android Authority (blog)

Google has been working hard to improve Project Fi as of late, but there are still a few things holding users back from joining the MVNO. Perhaps the most notable reason why users are reluctant to join is due to the lack of affordable devices ...and more »

The Moto X4 may be the first non-Google phone to get Project Fi - Engadget

There's only been one problem with Project Fi's well-received phone carrier network: too few phones. Until now, the only devices that work with it have been Google's own Nexus and Pixel handsets. It looks like that's about to change, though. Project Fi ...and more »