Yobi's B3 video ringtone has the distinction of being the only HomeKit option currently available in North America. This wired ringtone offers 1080p high-resolution video with a 180-degree wide-angle Fresnel lens, two-way sound, and pairs directly to the Home application without an account or separate application. In our review, we found that it has fantastic reliability and lightning response times, but comes with some significant warnings: It does not record videos or support HomeKit Secure Video.
$ 146 on Amazon
Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell, that is available only in Europe for now, it has a modern design, which works with existing cables and bells. The Netatmo ringtone captures and streams videos in 1080p HD resolution with a 140-degree wide field of view and includes staples such as two-way audio and infrared night vision. For recordings, this ringtone works with microSD cards up to 32 GB for secure local storage, and an upgrade to HomeKit Secure Video is underway for even more flexibility.
270 GBP at Amazon UK
Another bell for The European market (although you can order it in the United States from Amazon), the Robin ProLine bell has a clean, aluminum industrial design, complete with a backlit nameplate. This ringtone has a 130 degree wide field of view and 720p video capabilities, along with two-way sound. Robin's ringtone is the only option that supports HomeKit Secure Video, which adds iCloud storage, facial recognition, and activity areas.
$ 753 on Amazon
€ 575 to Robin Telecom
Robin's ProLine Compact Video Doorbell may be smaller, but it includes many of the same features as the original. 720p video, 130-degree video, two-way audio and incredibly loud custom board are all here, plus this version comes in three different finishes. Like the larger bell, this option is primarily for European markets. However, it includes HomeKit Secure Video support, so it's a winner if you live across the pond.
$ 584 on Amazon
€ 495 for Robin Telecom