Monday , May 14 2018

AGM X2 Ad Shows Tough Phones Dont Have To Be Boring

Most tough Android phones are targeted at business customers with pretty boring promotional marketing. Chinese brand AGM’s ad for their IP68 certified / MIL-STD-810G flagship “X2” model uses emotion to show other manufacturers how to make a rugged phone attractive to a wider range of people.

At a time when the big brands in the mobile industry are mostly offering small improvements to the last model, it’s good to see small manufacturers trying to offer genuinely different and compelling mobile phones.

I haven’t heard of any other mobile phone that can function at -30C under water in the icy waters of the North Pole.

Specs for the AGM X2 are as follows:

AGM X2 Specs
Display 5.5″ AMOLED FHD
Camera 12MP Dual Lens Sony IMX386
Durability IP68 certified / MIL-STD-810G
Battery 6000mAh Battery
Chipset Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ MSM8976SG
Storage 64/128GB

Have you bought the AGM X2 or any of the other AGM phones? Let us know in the comments whether their hardware and support are reliable.

Source: AGM X2.

Neerav Bhatt   Journalist

Neerav has been interested in Android phones since he bought the 1st one ever released (HTC Dream/G1). He has never bought an Apple product :-) His dream phone would have stock Android OS, fast high-res camera and swappable 4000mAh battery.

A high performer in multiple fields, Neerav has worked as an IT Support Analyst, Mainstream media writer/Photojournalist and University Research Librarian.

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1 Comment on "AGM X2 Ad Shows Tough Phones Dont Have To Be Boring"

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Adam Chad
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Very expensive rugged phone. I don’t know if it’s worthy of the price. But right now, I get along well with my NOMU M6. For one that looks for a professional rugged phone. The recent news from Hong Kong Global Sources Mobile Electronics Exhibition is that Nomu Showcase M8 with high-end specifications. It seems that they improved a lot. The rear one 21.0 MP with the front one 21.0MP.

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