Best Doorbells That Support Google Assistant Android Central 2020

Today, doorbells are better than they've ever been before. Thanks to the rise of smart video doorbells, you no longer have to stress about who might be showing up to your home when you weren't expecting anyone. Instead, you can look on your phone, see who it is, and even talk with whoever's at your door. If you rely on the Google Assistant for controlling all of your smart things, these are the doorbells you'll want to check out.

Best overall: Google Nest Hello

Staff pick

The Nest Hello is at the top of our list for good reason. Its camera records video at a resolution of 1600x1200 in HDR and with up to 30 frames-per-second (FPS), giving you a crystal clear view of everything. It also has night vision, supports 24/7 continuous recording, and can detect specific faces when you buy a Nest Aware subscription. It also boasts 128-bit encryption with support for two-step verification!

$200 at Best Buy

2K video: Eufy Security Video Doorbell


Next on our list is the Eufy Security Video Doorbell. This is another camera that requires existing doorbell wires to work, but that's because it's incredibly powerful. The camera on the Eufy doorbell records video at 2K — 2560x1920, to be exact — and in HDR. You'll find a two-way talk feature, motion alerts, weather/water resistance, and more — all without any sort of monthly subscription.

$160 at Amazon

Unique design: August Doorbell Cam Pro

The August Doorbell Cam Pro is one of the more unique and, in our opinion, attractive-looking smart video doorbells. It features a built-in motion-activated floodlight and can record full-color HD footage, day or night. You will get realtime alerts whenever someone approaches, and you can record up to 24 hours for free (more premium plans are available for longer recording).

$158 at Amazon

Free and built-in storage: EZVIZ DB1 Wi-Fi 3MP Smart Doorbell

This affordable video doorbell from EZVIZ features a wide 180-degree field of view, IP65 weather-resistance, two-way audio, and night vision out to 16 feet. Along with 24/7 streaming, you also get free recordings for up to three hours of motion detection, or you can store footage on a built-in microSD card. Additional cloud subscription plans are also available.

$110 at B&H

Two-in-one: Maximus Answer DualCam Smart Wi-Fi Video Doorbell

This smart video doorbell can detect motion up to 30 feet away, and it records with a 180-degree field of view in 1080p HDR on its primary camera. Main camera? Yep, you read right. This device also features a 720p camera at the bottom of the unit to eliminate potential blind spots. You also get advanced motion detection and motion-based alerts, infrared night vision, and two-way audio communication.

$199 at Best Buy

Free cloud storage: RemoBell S

The RemoBell S just might be one of the best video doorbell deals you can find. It captures HD video, supports two-way talk using its microphone and speaker, has an impressive 180-degree field of view, night vision, and motion alerts. What stands out is that you get three days of rolling cloud storage included at no extra cost!

$99 at Amazon

Get the doorbell that's best for your budget

Nest Hello AC 2Source: Android Central

When it comes to video doorbells (and, let's be honest, all technology), you can keep spending money on more and more features. However, if you just want something that'll give you a good, reliable experience with a healthy set of core features, the Google Nest Hello video doorbell is the best one to use with the Google Assistant.

With the Google Nest Hello doorbell, you are treated to a bright, crisp HD video with people detection, 24/7 streaming, and 160-degree field of view. My favorite feature? The ability to pre-record quick responses to doorbell ringers. How cool is that? We truly live in the future.

The Eufy Security Video Doorbell is another of our favorites and offers top-level specs like the Nest Hello for a fraction of the price. For a different take on the smart video doorbell, give the Maximus Answer DualCam Smart Wi-Fi Video Doorbell a good look. It has not one, but two cameras to maximize your coverage and eliminate blind spots, so that you don't miss anything, or anyone, approaching your home.

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