Xiaomi took advantage of the announcement of the Redmi Note 7 in France to also officialize its Mi 360 ° Home Security Camera at a very small price.
Today, Tuesday, December 12, 2019, in Paris, Xiaomi officialized its Redmi Note 7 on the French market. But it was not the only important announcement: the brand also announced the marketing in France of its connected security camera: the Mi Home Security Camera 360 °.
It films in 1080p and can rotate 360 degrees. You can control it through the Mi Home app – like all Xiaomi connected devices – and it's compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. So, even if you're not at home, you can turn off the lights at home via a simple voice request and make sure the room is immersed in the dark thanks to the video stream sent to your smartphone.
Moreover, when it is dark, the Mi 360 ° Home Security Camera automatically switches to infrared night vision. Note that the camera can also be used in the video call frame and that it benefits from motion detection driven by "artificial intelligence".
Recorded videos can be stored on a microSD (up to 64GB) and on a NAS.
Xiaomi also launches its connected Mi Home Security camera at only 39 euros. Google Assistant compatible, 1080p video, infrared night vision, 360 degree panning … 😮 pic.twitter.com/Wky3BiaIlB
– FrAndroid 📱⌚️🖥🎮🎧 (@twandroid) March 12, 2019
Price and availability
The Xiaomi Mi 360 ° Home Security Camera is available at a suggested retail price of 39.99 euros.
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