Posted September 09, 2018 17:09:06A company called Void Wireless is working on a new, more expensive wireless video-doorbell that could soon be on the market in the US.
The company, which has been working on the technology for a few years now, is hoping to hit retail stores in the second half of 2019.
The company, that was founded by former Apple engineer Mike Krasno, has been developing the technology since 2016 and has already begun selling a few models.
The product that Void is launching today is a small, 4-inch smartphone that runs Android software.
The Void device is designed for people with older phones that don’t have wireless video technology.
It doesn’t include the basic, low-power, wireless video transmitter, but it does include a receiver with the ability to record video.
Void also claims to have solved the wireless video problem in the past with a smaller, 4.7-inch, phone.
The device’s specs are pretty basic.
It’s a 2-inch 1080p smartphone with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM.
It has a 4.3-inch 720p touchscreen display and can be charged wirelessly with a Micro-USB port.
Void doesn’t mention battery life, though.
Void’s video-recording feature will be available as a separate product.
In addition to the camera, the Void device also has a front-facing speaker, which is a little more interesting.
It can record video in 1080p, 30 frames per second and has a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.
That’s a lot of pixels, but the company claims that Void’s camera can capture 120 frames per minute.
The speaker also has an adjustable range, so you can listen to music or podcasts while you record video on the Void phone.
Void says that it can record in 480p, 1080p and 30 frames a second, which may be enough for some users, but not for others.
Void claims to be able to record in 720p and 120fps with a 3-megapixel camera.
A couple of months ago, the company revealed a prototype that it had built of its new camera.
The device looked similar to a smartphone camera, with an 8-megapixels sensor.
Void is now taking preorders for the device on its website, and it will be launching at the end of September.
Void has already said that it hopes to have a retail launch date of mid-2019.