Outdoor mobile devices pioneer AGM is back with another rugged handset that will join the Glory lineup, namely the Glory G1S. Already available for purchase, this 5G heavy-duty phone sports a thermal imaging camera, as well as a 20 MP night vision image sensor, a 48 MP main image snapper, and a 2 MP macro camera.
As most brands in this niche begin adding 5G devices to their portfolio, AGM intros a 5G rugged Android phone as well. The brand-new AGM Glory G1S is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 chipset and features both a night vision sensor and a thermal imaging camera.
In addition to the aforementioned processor, the AGM Glory G1S sports a 6.53-inch LCD display with 2,340X1,080 pixels, no less than five cameras (thermal imaging with 256X192 pixels and 25 Hz refresh rate, 48 MP main image shooter with Sony IMX582 sensor, 20 MP night vision camera with a single infrared LED, a 16 MP selfie shooter, and a 2 MP macro camera), a 3.5 mm audio jack, one programmable button, as well as NFC and the usual set of connectivity features that any mainstream phone has to offer in 2022. The only memory/storage combination available is 8/128 GB, but the phone also supports microSD memory cards of up to 512 GB.
The AGM Glory G1S will ship loaded with Android 11 and weighs 315 grams (almost 0.7 pounds), which is quite reasonable for a handset rated IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810H. This sturdy handset supports dock charging via four pins located on its back and has a 5,500 mAh battery. Right now, the price displayed on the official product page is US$699 for the Glory G1S and US$719 when acquired alongside the charging dock.