Radiation, the amounts released by the most popular smartphones are here

Much like any other mobile gadget, a smartphone releases a certain amount of radiation that could affect the body in the long term. In fact, we calculate it in SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) for smartphones, which informs us the amount of electromagnetic energy absorbed during use by the body.

For a cell, the maximum allowable radiation value is 1.6 Watt/kg and this cap must be met by any phone maker. Few smartphones emit relatively little radiation, which makes them cooler than others to use.

Radiation from smartphones: The gadgets with the highest rate
We’re looking at the SAR value of the most popular smartphones today. From the details supplied by the firms, SAR values were obtained. Note that for the smartphone head, which is the portion that comes into contact with the face during calls, the SAR value listed is. The list contains, among others, phones from Samsung, Xiaomi, Realme, Apple, and OnePlus.

List Device:

  • Xiaomi Mi A1 – 1.75 W / kg
  • OnePlus 5T – 1.68 W / kg
  • Huawei Mate 9 – 1.64 W / kg
  • Xiaomi Mi Max 3 – 1.58 W / kg
  • OnePlus 6T – 1.55 W / kg
  • HTC U12 Life – 1.48 W / kg
  • Honor 8 – 1.5 W / kg
  • Huawei P9 Plus – 1.48 W / kg
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Play – 1,455 W / kg
  • Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 – 1.45 W / kg
  • Huawei GX8 – 1.44 W / kg
  • Huawei P9 – 1.43 W / kg
  • Huawei Nova Plus – 1.41 W / kg
  • Google Pixel 3 XL – 1.39 W / kg
  • OnePlus 5 – 1.39 W / kg
  • Xiaomi Mi9– 1,389 W / kg
  • Apple iPhone 7 – 1.38 W / kg
  • Huawei P9 Lite – 1.38 W / kg
  • Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact – 1.36 W / kg
  • HTC Desire 12/12 + – 1.34 W / kg
  • Google Pixel 3 – 1.33 W / kg
  • OnePlus 6 – 1.33 W / kg
  • Apple iPhone 8 – 1.32 W / kg
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 – 1.29 W / kg
  • ZTE Axon 7 Mini – 1.29 W / kg
  • BlackBerry DTEK60 – 1.28 W / kg
  • Honor 9 – 1.26 W / kg
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus – 1.24 W / kg
  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium – 1.21 W / kg
  • Honor 5C – 1.14 W / kg
  • Sony Xperia X Compact – 1.08 W / kg