The ADT/SmartThings Hub (and so far only that model) Has an optional cellular module that will communicate to the ADT monitoring center. It also has its own battery back up. So it can communicate in more situations than any of the other models.
(Adding a cellular module to the other smartthings model hubs will not cause notifications to go through because they have to touch the SmartThings cloud first, and that’s a closed channel. So you can work around the Internet going out, but not the SmartThings cloud being unavailable.)
I think noon light will be a popular choice With some people, and it’s certainly better than the standard “smart home manager” feature. I just want to make sure that people understand what’s different about the Dual logo model so they are making an informed choice.