5 mobile phones that you shouldn’t ever say Hello to!
There are many amongst us who still say that studies on negative effects of mobile radiation on human body aren’t conclusive. One way of countering those arguments is to remind them of the time it took for manufacturers, government to move from the “smoking may cause cancer” phrase to “smoking will cause cancer.” Fortunately for us, mobile phone users, the SAR levels are a definitive way of addressing this vexing challenge more quickly and decisively. In this blog we are listing the 5-phones cell phones that have the highest (and therefore most dangerous) SAR (Specific Absorption Rate.) To put the findings in context, note that the highest SAR allowed by law in the United States is 1.5 watts/kg (rounded to the nearest 0.1W/KG). The cell phones listed in this blog are close to, at, or above that rate.
Topping the list is Motorola Droid Max (1.54). A huge battery capacity, high-performing premium phone that sadly tops the SAR list, making it a very poor choice health wise. Coming second and third are Motorola’s Droid – SAR level 1.54, Moto E – SAR level 1.5 respectively. The Motorola Moto E is an Android phone priced at a mere $140, and boasts of water resistant capabilities. It can even be termed a good deal, if not for the fact that it exposes you to a lot of radiation. But Motorola fans needn’t worry. Move up the ladder and pick a Motorola Moto G, and you’d be moving away from the danger list. Fourth on the list is Alcatel one Touch Evolve at SAR level 1.49. This device is priced at $99, clearly masks the health risks that it carries. No list of this kind will be complete without the ubiquitous Chinese makes. And here we have Huawei Vitria at a SAR level of 1.49. That’s just .01 off from the highest level allowed. That’s as close to as you will ever come to kissing the danger levels of radiation zone.