A hidden camera with cellular connectivity differs from one with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity in several ways. First, a hidden camera with cellular connectivity can transmit data over cellular networks, which allows for remote access to footage even when the camera is placed in an area with no Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity. Additionally, cellular connectivity can provide more reliable and consistent transmission of data, as it is not subject to the same interference and distance limitations as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth signals.
Furthermore, a hidden camera with cellular connectivity typically requires a subscription plan with a cellular service provider to enable remote access to footage. On the other hand, a hidden camera with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity usually connects to a local network and can be accessed remotely through the internet. However, these cameras may be limited by the range of the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth signal and may be subject to interference or interruptions in the network connection. Overall, the choice between a hidden camera with cellular connectivity or one with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity depends on the specific use case and the available network infrastructure.