Aqara G4 video Doorbell with HomeKit Secure Video available to purchase

Aqara, a manufacturer of smart home accessories, has made available for purchase its first video doorbell. The HomeKit Secure Video compatible Aqara G4 doorbell features facial recognition and can be powered via 6 batteries.

The Aqara Video Doorbell G4 offers homeowners with flexible installation options. The Aqara Video Doorbell G4 integrates with Apple HomeKit Secure Video and features an included USB-C powered Chime repeater which helps connect to your Wi-Fi network easier.

The Video Doorbell G4 provides freedom of installation with two powering options. The first being 6 AA battery power source, which Aqara claims will last up to 6 months in saver mode. Additionally, you can hook up the G4 to a normal doorbell transformer power source.

The Doorbell itself features 1080p resolution camera, infrared night vision and motion sensor support. The chime repeater of the device has expandable local storage for video footage via a microSD which supports 512GB card alongside seven days of free cloud storage, which Aqara says can be disabled. The Chime extender is powered by USB-C and has a siren of 95 decibels.

HomeKit Secure Video support

The G4 Doorbell supports HomeKit Secure Video and works with the appropriate iCloud account. Aqara also said that it will support Matter once the standard is expanded to support video devices later this year.

Aqara is shipping the device globally, starting to today via Amazon for £119.99/$119.99. But to celebrate the launch you can get 15% off until the 25th March 2023 using the below codes.

  • Use code USCAVDG4 for US and Canada
  • Use Code EUDOORBELLG4 for UK, FR, GR, IT and SP

I have been using the Aqara G4 doorbell for a just over a couple of months now and will share my thoughts very soon. So keep checking back when that lands. If you have a question or a comment, then leave it below. You can also follow us on TwitterFacebookYouTube and Instagram.

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Jon Ratcliffe
Jon Ratcliffe
I have a huge passion for technology having worked in the sector for over 18 years in a variety of roles. I write for active JR covering wearables and smart home My reviews and information will talk about how the product works in reality and not just what the marketing departments want you to think.


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