It’s no secret that modern smartphones have a certain level of electromagnetic radiation. True, it is not as high as many citizens believe and is completely insufficient to cause any harm to health. To control the radiation, the SAR indicator is used, which determines the energy of the electromagnetic field absorbed in the tissues of the human body in one second.
Devices whose SAR level exceeds the maximum allowed value (1.6 W / kg) are simply not allowed for sale. Manufacturers understand this, and therefore, for the vast majority of modern models, the coefficient is within the normal range. However, there are exceptions.
The Bankless Times recently published a study showing which smartphones are the most dangerous in terms of the amount of radiation. First place in the anti-rating went to Motorola Edge with a SAR of 1.79 W/kg. There were no more models that crossed the “red line” in the list. True, ZTE Axon 11 5G and OnePlus 6T came close to it. Their result is 1.59 and 1.55 W/kg, respectively.
Here’s what the list looks like in its entirety:
- Motorola Edge – 1.79 W / kg
- ZTE Axon 11 5G – 1.59 W / kg
- OnePlus 6T – 1.55 W/kg
- Sony Xperia XA2 Plus – 1.41 W / kg
- Google Pixel 3XL – 1.39 W / kg
- Google Pixel 4a – 1.37 W / kg
- OPPO Reno 5G – 1.37 W / kg
- Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact – 1.36 W / kg
- Google Pixel 3 – 1.33 W / kg
- OnePlus 6 – 1.33 W / kg
I am glad that there was not a single new model in the top ten smartphones with the highest radiation rate. So, the devices of 2021/22 can be used quite calmly.To Read Great Articles, Click Here