AGM X2 smartphone with VOCs detection and US Military Standard.
AGM X2 is said to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC backed by 6GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. The X2 is expected to pack a 16MP dual-lens camera at the rear while there is a 12MP camera up front.
This flagship handset with new tech benefits your healthy life
Despite the fact that the release date of long-await AGM X2 is still up in the air, but finally, we can have some new source about the upcoming flagship since it showed up at MWC 2017. The latest information from China indicated that the AGM X2 is expected to employ the technology on its dual rear camera capable of monitoring and analyzing VOCs. If so, the AGM X2 would be world’s first outdoor smartphone with ability of VOCs detection.
What is VOCs?
VOCs stand for Volatile organic compounds. VOCs include both human-made and naturally occurring chemical compounds, some of which are harmful to human health as well as to environment. Although harmful VOCs are not acutely toxic, they can have long-term effects on health, if you are the type of a person caring the health issues, AGM X2 might be the help to do a part of job for you.
In addition, Judging by the latest dummy model of AGM X2, we can see “MIL-STD-810G” instead of “IP68” certification printed on the back , so what is that about ?
MIL-STD-810G, AKA "US Military Standard", is the latest and complicated certification that the product needs to pass various strict tests of durability to prove its toughness in specific environmental conditions an equipment item is likely to encounter during its service life. In general, if a Smartphone features MIL-STD-810G certification, it is extremely durable against damages.
There are other indications that this Chinese manufacturer would definitely equip their latest flagship with outstanding hardware in an effort to make the most powerful rugged phone on markets, it’s reported that the AGM X2 boasts a 6000mAh battery which is slightly bigger than AGM X1’s battery(5400mAh), yet the full specs is not released. Stay tuned for more information.