The AGM company, known for its rugged smartphones, has released the AGM G2 series with a thermal imaging camera and support for fifth generation networks. The manufacturer claims that this is the world’s first mobile phone with a thermal imager that works at a distance of up to 500 m.
The line includes three models. The basic version of the AGM G2 offers a black and white night vision camera and costs $650 in China. The AGM G2 Pro version is additionally equipped with a thermal imager with a range of 50m and 5.6x zoom and costs $790. The older version of the AGM G2 Guardian with a 500-meter thermal imager is priced at $860. The official website shows prices in rubles: from 69,990 to 129,990 rubles.
All three smartphones are equipped with a single-chip Snapdragon 782G system, 8 operational (the older version is available with 12 GB of RAM) and 256 GB of flash memory, as well as a 6.58-inch 1080p + screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The main camera has a resolution of 108 megapixels, the night vision camera is 20 megapixels. An additional 2-megapixel camera for macro photography is installed.
The smartphone complies with the IP69K degree of protection and the requirements of the US military standard MIL-STD-810H. He received a 3.5-watt speaker with a volume of 109 dB and a battery with a capacity of 7000 mAh.