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AGM is a phone manufacturer that definitely specializes in rugged devices, good for professionals who work in more demanding conditions and hikers or extreme sports fans who need a device that can withstand harsh conditions.
Now AGM announces the successor to the Glory Pro: the AGM Glory G1S. The smartphone with the best thermal camera on the market, with 256 x 192 resolution images at 25 FPS.
You can buy the AGM Glory G1S here:
Such a camera is an invaluable tool in the hands of professionals dealing with power systems, water pipes, automobiles, refrigeration and other specialized fields where it is easier to check problems through thermals before having to disassemble the whole thing.
Adding a thermal camera to a smartphone is the next evolution to make the life of professionals easier. Rather than carrying multiple pieces of complex and expensive equipment to get the right tools, the AGM Glory G1S offers a simpler solution. Just like the first smartphones gave us a music player, internet browser, camera and communication in one, the AGM Glory G1S gives us all the conveniences that a modern smartphone offers, plus the extra functions that round it off as a professional package – namely the thermal imaging and infrared camera. .
5G Connectivity, US Bands
In addition, the AGM Glory G1S offers 5G connectivity for ultra-fast connections, so you can quickly transfer all the data you need. No support for the demanding mmWave, but for the more reliable mid-range bands. In the US, the Glory G1S supports T-Mobile’s network via N41 – the steadily growing number of mid-band antennas that strike a balance between range and speed.
- IP68, IP69K and MIL-STD-810H ratings for dust tightness, water resistance and shock resistance
- thermal camera
- 20MP Infrared Night Vision Camera
- 48MP main camera
- 5,500 mAh battery
- Top mounted laser pointer
- 2 watt speaker
That’s a lot to work with and there’s more good news: the Glory G1S is lighter than the older Glory Pro.
The phone is powered by a 2.0GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 and has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage plus a slot for an SD card of up to 512GB. The screen is a 6.53-inch panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels (FHD+).
These specs ensure the longevity of the 5,500 mAh battery, so you can use that must-have thermal camera when you need it. Plus, they help keep the price low.