Wyze Leaks Unannounced Smart Bulb and Sensor in Official Video

Wyze LogoWyze

Wyze, the company behind some of the cheapest Wi-Fi cameras you can get, has released a Video Q & A recently with updates. While company employees were hearing about new features, some of the company's future goodies are hidden from view.

Wyze cameras are a incredibly cheap way to buy a host of Wi-Fi cameras. The basics Wyze Cam short for $ 25, while the Wyze Cam Pan works for $ 35. (Although you can order directly from Wyze, you'll pay the same after shipping.) They have Alexa integration, microSD capabilities and work with your existing Wi-Fi network.

But Wyze knows that he can not exist exclusively with cameras. Therefore, although it has already announced an outdoor camera, it turns out that the company is already developing in other areas of your world.

In one video posted on YouTube, Wyze employees answered several questions about upcoming features and products (such as Google Assistant integration and the aforementioned outdoor camera). They filmed the video as a walk and a conversation, giving an unobstructed view of the desk, but apparently they forgot to put away all the presents first. (Or maybe they did it on purpose?)

If you stop at 2:15 to 2:18, you will see a box on the left.

Youtube video showing Wyze light bulb caseWyze Youtube

Looking more closely, it's easy to see that this box is for a light bulb and that the Wyze logo is on the lid.

Close up of Wyze light bulb caseWyze YouTube

There are still no details to be obtained, but it seems likely that the Wyze light bulb works with Wi-Fi, to reduce costs. The bread and butter being inexpensive, it will be interesting to see what price is the Wyze bulb.

If you continue in the video, Wyze evokes another new product, Wyze Sense. You've actually seen a component, the motion sensor, because it's right next to the Wyze bulb in the photo above.

Wyze has not revealed any details, but the FCC has already tested components. According to one User manual In its files, Wyze Sense will use a bridge that connects to the existing Wyze Cams USB port. The set seems to include a motion sensor and a contact sensor that would be suitable for windows or doors.

Wyze said the Sense system would be available in 2019, although we do not know when to predict the light bulb.

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