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Google’s latest product, the Google Ring Video Doorbell, is set to become the first smart ring for every single Indian household.
The ring is designed to be the ultimate smart ring.
According to Google, it can be used for all kinds of tasks including: making and receiving phone calls, checking the weather, getting calls to the office, or even texting and calling friends and family.
But the Google video door bell, which is also the name of a smartphone app, is now available in India for Rs 3,999.
The product is also available in the US and the UK.
With this, the ring is also now available for purchase in the UK for a mere Rs 15.99, or US$22.00.
The ring is available in different colours: red, white, green, and blue.
There is a blue ring and an indigo ring.
The Google video-doorbell comes with a smart ring, which can be configured to vibrate, ring on, and ring off.
It comes with three different options to adjust the ring’s vibration frequency.
If you want the ring to ring on and off for you when you ring the doorbell, the smart ring has the option of vibrating and ring-off.
In addition, it has an option to turn the ring on/off when you go into your room, when you are walking, when a light is on, or when you step out of your room.
The Ring Video doorbell has a 5.5-inch display and is powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor.
The Google video wall is also compatible with Apple’s HomeKit smart home system, which allows you to turn your home into a remote control.
The Apple HomeKit system has been around for a few years now and can be set up to control the lights, lights bulbs, thermostats, and more.
The Ring Video video door is the latest addition to the Google family of smart rings.
The company’s Google TV and Google Assistant smart TVs are both supported.
The Android TV and Android TV Plus smart TVs have also been updated to support the Google TV.
The next big smart device for the Google home is the Google Home Mini.
The device will be available in May for Rs 39,999 in India.