What do you bother about when purchasing a phone? Camera? Design? Money?
Whatever that would be mostly related to specs and price. But, have you ever considering something which can harm you in the long run? I mean Radiation! That’s inevitable.
Mi & OnePlus Phones emit High Radiations – Latest Reports from Statista Says!
Every phone emits a certain amount of radiation whenever used, and that should be fine and limited. A phone’s radiation isn’t that much, but unhealthy anyway.
From the recent reports of Statista, an infographic data representative has recently shown up Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) of a few high-end mobiles. And that’s reasonably shocking.
(Specific Absorption Rate is the rate of radio frequency energy absorbed by a human from the source.)
The list consists of premium devices of Apple, OnePlus, Mi etc. There are eight Chinese phones out of 16 recorded in the list, where Mi and OnePlus has four each devices, followed by Pixel, Apple and HTC having two each.
The above list shows Mi A1 with 1.75 w/kg (SAR units) standing on the top, followed by OnePlus 5T (1.68 w/kg) and Mi Max 3 (1.58 w/kg). Sony’s Xperia XZ1 and HTC’s Desire U12 secures mid range spots in top sixteen. There’s even phones from Apple (7 and 8) and Google’s Pixel (3XL and 3) having SARs ranging between 1.32 to 1.39 w/kg.
There’s another list showing the phones which emit the least radiation (SAR). The list is topped by Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and even has eight Samsung phones out of 16.
We can see Samsung’s Note 8 and ZTE’s Axon Elite having the least SAR values of 0.17 w/kg followed by LG G7 and other Samsung phones. The list has three ZTE made phones and two from Motorola ranging in 0.32 to 0.27 w/kg.
What do you think? Would you still mind only specs and price before purchasing a phone? Tell us below.