Ring’s new Video Doorbell Pro 2 comes with enhanced motion detection

Ring's latest smart video doorbell is ready for preorder, and it's equipped with the brand's most-cherished features along with some new additions. These new features allow you to leave automated messages to guests, see who's at the door clearer, and much more. Read today's blog to discover more.

Ring’s new Video Doorbell Pro 2 comes with enhanced motion detection
Ring’s new Video Doorbell Pro 2 front view

Ring has stepped up its game with next-generation technology in its latest smart doorbell. It’s still equipped with all the favorite features you love—such as two-way-talk with noise cancelation and Wi-Fi connectivity—with some impressive add-ons to improve your home security and comforts.

Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 with a visitor

Enhanced 3D motion detection

With 3D motion detection, you can set precise boundaries for where you want the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 to pick up movement. This upgrade helps to eliminate unwanted notifications that could otherwise become irritating. And this technology allows you to exclude areas that are prone to a lot of activity, such as a busy street or section of the garden where the dog explores. Therefore, you’ll only receive motion alerts for areas that you’ve specified.

Ring’s latest 3D Motion Detection

Bird’s eye view for a full picture

Part of the Video Doorbell Pro 2 upgrade includes bird’s eye view technology. This allows you to show an aerial map of your property, including where someone came from and headed. As a result, you’ll get a bigger picture of what happened.

Ring’s latest smart doorbell also features an impressive 150 x 150-degree field of view. And you’ve also receive a head-to-toe view that lets you see your guests clearly. These upgrades let you see the subject clearly along with the background.

HD resolution camera for improved image quality

Perhaps the most important aspect of a smart doorbell is the image quality. The Video Doorbell Pro 2 boasts a 1536 p HD video resolution, compared to the Pro’s 1080 HD quality.

With this enhancement, you’ll receive sharper videos. And with color night vision, the pictures will be crisp and clear day and night.

Video Doorbell Pro 2 on a white background

Smart Response features for when you don’t feel like talking

You’re not always going to feel like talking to the delivery man or neighbors when they approach your door. And sometimes you can’t afford to lose your focus by talking to a guest. And the Pro 2 makes this perfectly acceptable with Smart Response.

Use Alexa Greetings—a voice service that lets you leave instructions for leaving a package, greet visitors, and take messages. It’s the perfect addition to moments when you don’t want to be disturbed but don’t want to miss a delivery service either.

You’ll also receive access to Quick Replies—a service that acts as an answering machine for your voice, so visitors can leave a message without communicating with you personally.

Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 in multiple colors

Preorder the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 from the official website for $249.99 to experience these latest security and usability enhancements.

What are your thoughts on Ring’s latest launch? Let us know your feedback in the comments.

Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she's not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit.
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