The Nest Doorbell (battery) is the first new doorbell we’ve seen from Google since 2018. Despite that new product, the old Nest Hello has been rebranded as the Nest Doorbell (wired), so which should you buy? We help you find the right product for you.
Normally, newer products are better than older ones. Here, the choice isn’t quite as clear, and both doorbells have their advantages. For the battery product, it’s that you don’t necessarily need a cloud subscription and you don’t have to permanently power it, making installation easier.
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