Although it was recently involved in a few security and privacy scandals, Ring, now owned by Amazon, remains one of the more popular smart video doorbell options in the market today.
The company is getting ready to launch its next mid-range ring video doorbell, which has now all but leaked completely.
But while the Doorbell 3 seems to offer a reasonable upgrade over its predecessor.
It is the unexpected “Plus” model.
Ring Video Doorbell 3 leaks almost in its entirety
In the grand scheme of things, the Ring Video leaked by retailers and even briefly by Ring itself an iterative improvement over version 2.
It now supports both 5GHz and 2.4 GHz WI-Fi bands and as a new near motion zone that’s only five to fifteen feet away.
The Video Doorbell 3 resembles its predecessor so closely that it could slot into the same space.
The faceplates are still removable, even easier claims ring.
But you need to decide which color you want before making a purchase as it only comes with one option.
For some homeowners, the Ring Video Plus might be the more compelling purchase given the new “Pre-Roll” feature.
It basically lets users see 4 seconds of black and white video recorded before a motion even triggered the notification.
The doorbell, advantageously seems only battery-powered and doesn’t continuously record video 24/7.
The Doorbell 3 noted to cost $199, which may disappoint some hoping for a bigger upgrade for that price tag.
The Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus, could cost $229.