Note from users
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 11%Less than a day
- 22%One day
- 33%More than one day
- 33%Two days or more
- 40%It comes with a clean operating system
- 60%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 13%Once a year
- 25%Every six months
- 13%Every two months or less
- POOR BATTERY LIFE BATTERY PROOVEN FAULTY AGM REFUSED TO REPLACE
BATTERY LIFE FOR THE FIRST I PURCHASED WAS GOOD BUT THE SECOND PHONE BATTERY LASTED ONLY 6 HRS OVER NIGHT WITH NOTHING RUNNING, SWAPPED BATTERY INTO THE OTHER PHONE WITH THE SAME RESULT PROOF IT IS FAULTY. AGM CUSTOMER SERVICE IS VERY BAD, THEY JUST GAVE ME THE RUNAROUND FOR 2 WEEKS AND STILL SEND STUPID QUESTIONS TRYING TO FOB ME OFF, WOULD NEVER BUY ANOTHER AGM PRODUCT PURELY ON THE POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
- A very solid rugged budget mid-range phone. This phone is life-proof, it can not break simply.
The AGM A8, in a nutshell, is what happens when you take a long lasting battery which guarantees at least 8 hours screen on time and mate that with pure stock Android. Take that pure-stock-Android-battery-monster and wrap it in a completely weatherproof and indestructible body and then throw on a 13 mega-pixel rear camera from an unknown manufacturer which takes surprising crispy photos and video compared to its rivals, you then you have the AGM A8 as the result. This is a big battery pure stock Android rugged phone with a decent camera.
It performs well and I am convinced it won’t break. It’s in essence the perfect lower-midrange phone wrapped in an extremely durable “everything-proof” ruggedized body. If durability and longevity are what you are seeking in a low price device that just works, then look no further. Unlike the last device I reviewed, this device has no quirks, no issues, no defects, and no bugs. It does all that it is marketed to do and it just works.
- AutoGood resistance, quite fluid in demanding applications
Bittersweet experience, neither so good nor so bad. What I like most about this device is its resistance to all kinds of situations. It will not be the most rugged of all the rugerizados, but something good to emphasize is that its battery can be replaced easily with a simple screwdriver.Positives
- Resistance to shock as well as water and dust
- Pretty light weight for the rosbustez that has
- Quite decent CPU and GPU (Qualcomm)
- Pretty clean Android of pre-installed apps (blo
- NFC (when it was not usual in mobile phones, it was not
- Jack 3.5mm hermetically protected and detachable
- The camera
- The battery charges slowly and holds something less than 1 d
- The micro USB connector could be the new type C
- With demanding applications it locks up a lot
- It has no gyroscope or this works badly
- AutoThe best protected smartphone with a price tag of up to $ 150
Long chose a secure smartphone with a price tag of 150 bucks or so. Nothing better AGM A8 could not be found. All competitors are inferior in version android or are more expensive. Still bribed full protection IP68.Positives
- Build quality
- Android version
- Front camera quality
- Size and weight
- AutoSuper tough
As for aesthetics it has a very bulky and robust appearance, not being to my liking the proportions so oversized it has. It has a very tight price and not many will be able to compete with this AGM A8. With Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor and 3GB of RAM to deliver a satisfying experience. With the version of the operating system, Android 7.0 Nougat that without layer of personalization. It has a simple main camera that fulfills its function. The selfie camera is the aspect that has disappointed me most and that, in my opinion, has much to improve. It has the main bands of frequency for the 4G including the band of 800 MHz. In addition it has Dual SIM, Radio FM and NFC that is the technology with which it is allowed to make payments in stores with the smartphone. It is not compatible with 5Ghz Wi-Fi. A battery of 4050 mAh, that should have been of more capacity and reduce the time of load, since it takes a lot in charge by withPositives
- Value for money
- Android 7.0 Nougat without personalization layer
- Connectivity (includes NFC)
- Dimensions and weight
- The charge rate of the battery
- Selfie camera
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- 2.1 Design & Materials
- 4.7 Performance & Hardware
- 3.9 Camera
- 6.3 Connectivity
- 7.7 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.