UT NOTE: With few exceptions, the corporate-captured FDA is responsible for regulating anything and everything that impacts human health. As we have learned all too well it and its subagencies are so bad at their jobs that they actually contribute to MORE death than their propaganda attests. Everything that the FDA touches turns out to be detrimental to what it is authorized to regulate. EVERYTHING! CV-19 policies arguably killed and injured more people than the alleged virus but that may be the least of our worries. The anti-science / junk science agency has been ignoring EMF data since as far back as the 1980s and has completely failed to address the mountain of data that at the very least raise important questions about the safety of all EMF ranges, especially 5G. Questions by scientists of the relationship between the covid bioweapon and the relatively sudden saturation in urban areas of 5G have been ignored because of the singleminded focus on invisible viruses that are used to market billion dollar injections that have been exposed as products of fraudulent science but which remain protected from liability by the US Congress. Imagine what your life might be like without “smart” phones and other “smart” technologies. You’re right, it was and would be much different. In fact, once readjusted to a less technologicalyl-driven world, we might even stop and smell the roses. And not experience viral fantasies that allow governments to become more authoritarian and much less democratic.
BY TYLER DURDEN SUNDAY, APR 17, 2022 – 04:35 AM
Smartphones have become an integral part of our everyday lives. From work and school to daily tasks, these handheld devices have brought everything into the palm of our hands.
Most people spend 5-6 hours on their phones each day. And, as Visual Capitalist’s Anshool Deshmukh and Sabrina Lam detail below, given that our phones emit a tiny amount of radiation, we’re exposing ourselves to radiation for hours each day.
But different phones emit different amounts of radiation.
With the help of data collected by the German Federal Office of Radiation Protection, we visualize the radiation emissions of some popular smartphones in the market today.
Radiation and SAR Values of Smartphones
Smartphones and other mobile devices emit tiny amounts of radiofrequency (RF) radiation. Humans can absorb this radiation when the smartphone is being used or is lying dormant anywhere near their bodies.
The parameter used to measure phone radiation emissions is the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). It is the unit of measurement that represents the quantity of electromagnetic energy absorbed by the body when using a mobile device.
The Council of the European Union has set radiation standards for cell phones at 2.0 watts per kilogram, measured over the 10 grams of tissue that is absorbing the most signal.
SAR values are calculated at the ear (speaking on the phone) and at the body (kept in your pocket). For the purposes of this article, we’ve used the former calculations.
Smartphones With the Highest Levels of Radiation Emissions
The Motorola Edge has the highest radiation emission with a SAR value of 1.79 watts of radiation per kilogram. That’s significantly higher than most other smartphone models in the market today and close to the limits set by the EU for cellphones.
Coming in second is the Axon 11 5G by ZTE with 1.59, followed by the OnePlus 6T at a close third with 1.55 W/kg. The Sony Experia AX2 Plus with 1.41 and the Google Pixel 3 XL and 3A XL at 1.39 round out the top five.
Here is a look at the 10 smartphones that emit the highest level of radiation:
Now that we have detailed the worst offenders let’s look at the smartphones with the lowest levels of radiation emissions.
Smartphones With the Lowest Levels of Radiation Emissions
The smartphone with the lowest SAR value is the ZTE Blade V10, with 0.13 watts of radiation per kilogram.
Mobile devices by Samsung carry some of the least radiation risk. The company has four phones considered to be the best in the category. The Galaxy Note 10+ is the best model in their line-up, emitting a meager 0.19 watts per kilogram.
Here is a look at the 10 smartphones that emit the lowest levels of radiation:
There is currently no significant research proving the harmful effects of phone radiation.
Despite this, people who are in contact with their devices for extended periods can at least quantify their radiation exposure and make choices about which brands serve their needs.