Bliink employees can’t tell you what they are working on for future plans. Neither can Ford or Chevy.
Amazon didn’t buy Blink to further develop future Blink products. Rather they bough Blink for the ultra low power chipsets made by Immedia Semiconductor. Those chipsets and technology were used to further develop other products that Amazon sells.
Amazon bought Blink for about 90 million. Amazon bought Ring for about 900 million. That’s a 10:1 ratio in value. It might help you understand why Ring continues to come out with new products and features on a consistent basis. All of this is public info if you do your searching and homework. That info should help you decide what to expect and what realities are for spending your money on Blink vs. Blink competition.
The best advice I can give people is do not let your love for one brand blind you to what reality is. My reality is after a short period of time, I realized I outgrew Blink’s capabilities/features. No different than buying a stripped down entry level computer, tablet, or cell phone.