If I understood what you are asking, the answer is not really. Eufy has implemented a notification process and has been able to ensure a high priority message which allows notifications to be provided regardless of the Doze mode. Wyze needs to do something similar to this. The Doze issue is an Android issue and affects Wyze and other apps including some Google apps. When Doze is on you may not get notifications for a long period of time. If you have an Android phone, you can use and ADB command which will basically disable doze and you will get notifications, but they will be a little longer than Eufy as it is cloud processing.
Last I heard, Wyze was working on the notification issue across the board, but is rolling it out through device updates to allow them to correct and enhance overtime. I personally have seen an improvement to the notification time. However, the Local aspect, as with Eufy, helps with how fast you get your notifications as there is no cloud processing required to go on.
On a side note: I use CamPlus and have been very happy with how it filters and notifies only on humans. but there is a longer delay to get the notification - I am experiencing about 20 seconds to be notified. On the flip side, if I were to turn off camplus (deactivate it) on the V3 and V2, I seem to be getting notified within 5 seconds. The downside is that it is only 12 second recording and notifies for all detected events.
I also have Eufy and get notified within 3 seconds of it seeing an event, but that is an average. At times, I don’t get notified when something happens. So nothing is 100% perfect.
Seems that the experience individuals have vary, so all I can do is explain what mine is. Before I turned on CamPlus AI on the V3, I was alerted frequently for every event, and quickly. once I turned on CamPlus AI, I only get human notification and everything else is filtered, the notification time has increased to an average of 20 seconds.