Now, if you need to connect to your app with both dash cams, it should be easy, as both the DR970X and the A800S are equipped with WiFi. Need help in tracking your location? Built-in GPS comes in as well. However, the A800S lacks Bluetooth, which the DR970X is equipped with for more seamless pairing.
While there is a DR970X-2CH LTE variant which has built-in 4G LTE connectivity, the DR970X can also function as an internet-enabled dash cam, through the use of the CM100G LTE module. This is one of BlackVue’s notable features, which makes it convenient to connect to what we consider the dash cam industry’s best Cloud service - the BlackVue Cloud.
The 70mai A800S is not Cloud enabled, but to be fair, this platform can also do wonders. Aside from changing the setting, downloading and sharing footage on social media, 70mai also claims that their app can view your driving route and speed once you finish a trip. However, they also disclosed that routes can only be synchronized when you are in your car. Therefore, you cannot track the location of your car remotely, which is not ideal if you let someone drive your car, or when you are installing this dash cam for fleet or ride sharing vehicles.
Now, this is the time where the BlackVue DR970X stands out, as it is capable of connecting to the ever-reliable BlackVue Cloud. The BlackVue Cloud is a free add-on service for BlackVue users that includes Alert Push Notifications, Remote Live View, Video Backup or Auto Upload, Two-Way Communication, Remote Video Playback, and Live Event Upload - basically everything you need to have that peace of mind whether you're leaving your car in an unfamiliar location, want to see what's going on in your vehicle when you asked someone else to drive it, or simply want to make sure that your vehicles, and video recordings safe and accessible.