I do not know for sure, but I do not think so. I believe it sends a notification for you to check the phone app for more details.
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I have an Arlo setup, and the answer is "Yes", mostly. Why I say that, is that probalby 2/3 or more of the time, when I get a movement notification on the watch, there's a snapshot of the situation, and (and this is great) a small "block" around the cause for the motion detection. Usually, this is a dog or cat, but it works too when there's a delivery, or other motion. I also had a Ring setup, but the network it used was so flakey, and I could not connect to the Ring, so I dumped it for the Arlo when it was on sale at Costco. I don't have any examples, but if one comes up, I'll post it here.