AGM introduces the most advanced thermal imaging smartphone to date

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Now, AGM announces the successor of the Glory Pro — the AGM Glory G1S. The smartphone with the best thermal camera on the market, delivering 256 x 192 resolution footage at 25 FPS. AGM Store | AGM on Amazon | AGM on eBay | AGM on AliExpress Such a camera is an invaluable tool in the hands of professionals that deal with power systems, water pipes, cars, cooling, and other specialized areas where it’s easier to check for issues through thermals before needing to disassemble the whole thing.

AGM is a phone maker that specialises in rugged handsets, which are ideal for professionals who operate in more demanding environments, as well as hikers and extreme sports enthusiasts who want a device that can withstand harsh circumstances. It most recently introduced the AGM Glory, a smartphone with the world’s biggest loudspeaker that can also last a whole day in -27°C (-16.6°F) temperatures. In addition, the Glory’s Pro grade model included the best-on-smartphone thermal camera.

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  • Additionally, the AGM Glory G1S offers 5G connectivity for ultra-fast connections so you can transfer whatever data you need quickly. No support for the demanding mmWave, but it does cover the more reliable mid-bands. In the US, the Glory G1S supports T-Mobile’s network over N41 — the steadily-growing number of mid-band antennas that offer a balance between range and speed.

  • Adding a thermal camera to a smartphone is the next evolution of making life easier for professionals. Instead of having to carry multiple pieces of complex and expensive equipment in order to have the proper tools, the AGM Glory G1S offers a simpler solution. Just like how the first smartphones gave us a music player, Internet browser, camera, and communications in one, the AGM Glory G1S gives us all the conveniences that a contemporary smartphone provides, plus the extra features that round it off as a professional’s package — namely the thermal imaging and infrared camera.

These specs ensure that the 5,500 mAh battery can last for quite a while, so you can use that indispensable thermal camera whenever you need it. Plus, they help keep the price down.

But it’s not just the thermal camera and 5G. Here are all the useful features the AGM Glory G1S offers for those that are looking for a rugged phone and work tool in one: The phone is powered by a 2.0 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 and has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage plus a slot for an SD card of up to 512 GB. The screen is a 6.53” panel with a 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution (FHD+).

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