The AGM X2 Rugged Phone has VOC Detection, 6000mAh Battery, & More
The AGM X2 brings a combination of the best specs and the latest technology in rugged solutions. With features like volatile organic compound (VOC) detection being introduced for the first time in any smartphone, plus an insane 6000mAh battery, the AGM X2 is a game-changer in the rugged smartphone world.
When it comes to speed, the X2 sports a Qualcomm MSM8976SG and runs on 6GB of RAM. That gives the phone top-notch performance that you’ll really notice.
Groundbreaking VOC Detection
The AGM X2 is the first smartphone that supports VOC detection. This means you can use your phone to accurately detect if your indoor or outdoor environment is safe for your health as it relates to air quality. The AGM X2 is also the first rugged smartphone that packs RGB+Mono Dual Sony IMX386 rear cameras and an outstanding 16MP front camera. You can charge up the massive 6000mAh battery with the Qualcomm Quick charge technology and keep your AGM X2 powered for up to 50 hours of talk-time.
The phone is not only IP68 certified but also meet the highest USA military testing standards for protection against shock, water, dust, extreme temperatures and vibration.
These high end specs are really groundbreaking for a rugged phone. Companies have a habit of skipping out on decent specs when it comes to their rugged phones. That’s why AGM is really making something special here for those who need a phone for extreme environments. It even can measure temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity.
|Display||5.5″ AMOLED FHD|
|Camera||12MP Dual Lens Sony IMX386|
|Durability||IP68 certified / MIL-STD-810G|
|Chipset||Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ MSM8976SG|
This is best option for the most extreme environments. Get the best specs, the best durability, and the latest technology all for the great price of $519.99. Buy the AGM X2 now.
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