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AGM X1 Waterproof Smartphone Review, Specs And Price

There are many smartphones that are many smartphones that have the rugged title in the Android market at the moment with the likes of Ulefone Armor, Homtom HT20, Nomu S30 and now the AGM X1. However, AGM which stands for Actions Gain Memory is one of the small set of companies that focuses exclusively on the ruggedish category of the smartphone market.

In terms of its price, the ADM X1 cost more than the average phone rated with an IP68 rating. There is a good reason for that when it comes to the hardware that runs this device AGM when for the premium high-end Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 rather than the cheaper MediaTek processor which is common to most low-end device. The IP68 rating means you get water and dust resistance which redefines what a phone can do.


apart from being the rugged and durable device the design and build quality is nice. In the presence of fierce competition, the engineering involved in making one of these devices is no joke and with the price tag, the AGM X1 has done a good job here. There are top and bottom rubber bumpers which is not only good looking on this device but also protects the device against a fall. To come up with the rugged qualities you might be thinking the device would be heavy on the hand, however, this is not the case has the device has a firm build which is neither heavy nor light.

The phone has a natural feel to instead of a rough kind of feel some of the devices in its class have and covered headphone and charging ports. On the front of the device, there are two capacitive Android navigation buttons with the fingerprint scanner in the middle which can also be used to navigate to the home screen and open recent app which makes use with one hand pretty much easier. The fingerprint scanner is not only fast but also works when your fingers are wet.

The phone has a dimension of 164 x 79 x 12mm and weighs about 21og. The AGM X1 looks and feels like a premium device rather than the ruggedish look the others bring to the table. The backplate is removable with the dual camera and flashlight at the upper central part. There is a total of 10 screws which you can see on the back plate and lead material covering the titanium alloy frame. The 5.5-inches display sports a 1920 X 1080 Super AMOLED full HD display which both vibrant and crisp with a 401ppi and a Corning Gorilla Glass 3.


Running the AGM X1 is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 MSM8952 with 4 ARM Cortex A53 that clocks at 1.5GHz and 4 ARM Cortex A53 that clocks at 2.0 GHz. Which is capable of carrying out your day to day operation without glitches. There is also an Adreno 405 GPU that handle your gaming without stress. The 4GB RAM handles multitasking efficiently without no sluggishness and there is an ample 64GB ROM for storage that can be extended up to 128GB. It runs on Android 5.1 OS that is upgradable to the latest Android 7.1 Nougat if you want.


The AGM X1 is powered by a 5400mAh non-removable battery that lasts about two days on moderate use. The camera is constituted by a dual 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera with flashlight.

What is The Current AGM X1 Price and Availability Status?

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Where to Buy AGM X1 & Pay On Delivery

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