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Project Fi begins three new promotions, including $200 off a Pixel 2 XL and up to $899 in credit with LG phones

Project Fi isn't for everyone, but the carrier regularly offers great deals on phones. This time around, Fi has three promotions covering almost every phone it sells. You can receive up to $899 in service credit when buying an LG phone, get a Pixel 2 XL for $200 off, or get $50 in service credit with a Moto G6.

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Netflix adds Galaxy Note9, Tab S4, LG G7/V35, and more to HD and HDR list

Samsung is known for having the best displays in the smartphone/tablet game, and that hasn't changed with the new Galaxy Note9 and Tab S4. As a result, we're not surprised that Netflix has already added the duo to its HD/HDR support list. Several other devices have been added as well.

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LG is charging $1,800 for a special edition V35, and it's only making 300 of them

LG has a treat for its most devoted Korean fans: a special edition V35 ThinQ that costs a totally reasonable $1,800 (or 1,999,800 won). That premium gets buyers a ceramic back, a nice pair of Bluetooth headphones, and exclusivity — there will only be 300 of the device made.

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[Deal Alert] LG V35 ThinQ Prime Exclusive now available for $600 ($300 off) on Amazon

The LG V35 ThinQ was exclusive to AT&T at launch, but it spread to Project Fi a few weeks back. Amazon has now quietly become the third seller of the V35 ThinQ in the form of a Prime Exclusive phone, and it's being discounted by $300 to $599.99 for Prime Day.

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The LG G7 and V35 are now shipping on Project Fi

Google's Project Fi service has always offered compelling pricing, but the phone selection was severely limited. It recently announced a handful of new devices, and two of them start shipping today. The LG G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ can be yours on Fi, but get ready to spend big to get them.

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Source: The LG V40 will have five cameras and face unlock

Speaking to a source familiar with the company's plans, we've learned that LG is working on a successor to its V30 handset, tentatively known as the V40 - and it will feature five cameras. It's not clear exactly what all of them will do, but at least one of the two on the front (and possibly both) will allow you to unlock the phone with your face. Based on the setup process described to us, it seems this could be a stereo configuration allowing a 3D map of the face to be recorded - but we're not certain.

The three cameras on the rear - a configuration we've only seen yet on Huawei's P20 Pro - include a standard wide lens, LG's signature ultrawide lens, and a third sensor for an as-yet undetermined purpose.

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LG G7 and V35 go up for pre-order on Project Fi

Late last month, Project Fi announced that the Moto G6, LG G7, and LG V35 would be added to the lineup. The Moto G6 went up for pre-order that same day, but the G7 and V35 were said to be coming "next month." Well, it's now the next month, and the G7 and V35 can now be pre-ordered from Fi.

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[Deal Alert?] Buy one AT&T LG V35, get one free

A frank description of the V35 (and LG, in general, these days) covers the range from merely uninspired and derivative to actively disingenuous. Case in point: A mere 5 days after the $900 V35 was announced, AT&T is already selling it as part of a buy-one-get-one offer for Father's Day. At an effective $450 each with a multiple-year commitment, the value is still debatable.

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Project Fi doubling phone support with addition of Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and V35 ThinQ

Project Fi may have many fans—after all, it gives you service across three US carriers plus international roaming at an affordable pay-as-you-go rate—but one thing subscribers don't enjoy is the lack of selection when it comes to phones. Fi hears that, and to make up for it, it's adding the Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ to its lineup. The affordable G6 is even available to pre-order today.

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V35 ThinQ marks the third time LG has tried to sell the V30, and AT&T wants $900 for it

LG just revealed the latest flagship to bear the V-name, and on paper, it looks to be an incredibly iterative improvement over last year's phone (or this spring's phone). Available Friday, June 8th, the new V35 ThinQ packs the latest Snapdragon 845 into a body that is otherwise functionally identical to the previous V30S ThinQ, down to the same camera, battery, and display. And AT&T would like you to spend $900 to get one.

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