The AGM X5, known as the ‘first 5G outdoor flagship’, opened an appointment today. The 8G+256G version will be available for 3699 yuan ($563) and the standard JBL custom Bluetooth headset worth 999 yuan ($152). The reservation deadline is at 23:59 on December 11, and it will be on sale at 0:00 on December 12.


The AGM X5 continues the tough style of the outdoor unit, with a fortress battery steel frame structure, an armored shell structure, and 6-sided protection against falling. It adopts a water drop screen + ultra-narrow frame design. At the same time, this handset is IP68 certified. Thus, it can be immersed in 1.5 meters of water. At the same time, it is IP69K certified and can withstand high pressure shocks of liquids.

The phone has a built-in 5600mAh battery and supports 5G AI regulation, which can intelligently switch 4G/5G, further increasing the standby time.


The AGM X5 comes with a rear fingerprint recognition module design. There are four cameras on the back, including a 48MP main camera (F/1.79 aperture, center motor), an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens (F/2.2 aperture, 120° ultra-wide angle), a background blur lens (portrait mode, F/2.4 aperture), and a macro lens (2cm macro, F/2.2 aperture.)

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The appointment page did not announce the processor information of the new phone. However, according to the previously exposed information, this phone will come with a purely domestic 5G chip-the Unisoc t7510 produced by Ziguang Zhanrui. The chip was released in the first half of 2020. It is composed of four 2.0GHz A75 and four 1.8GHz A55 cores. The GPU is the PowerVR GM9446, which has an 800MHz frequency. It also integrates an Ivy V510 baseband, which supports SA&NSA 5G dual module network, and N41/ 5G mainstream frequency bands such as N78/N79.

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