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20 smartphones launched in 2018 with the highest level of radiation

Most of us want to get rid of our smartphone addiction because we think it wastes our time, or because we think we spend too much time glued to a screen. However, it poses a far more serious threat because a lot of smartphones come with radiation levels that are dangerously high. Different regions in the world have different values of SAR that they consider to be acceptable. While in the US, SAR level at or below 1.6 watts per kilogram is permitted, the European Union allows 2 watts per kilogram of SAR level. India follows the US model when its SAR value. However, Der Blaue Engel, a German certification for products and services on the basis of environmental friendliness, considers a far lesser level of SAR acceptable. It only certifies the smartphones that have lesser than 0.60 watts per kilogram of absorption rate. Here, we have curated a list of 20 smartphones that were launched in 2018 that have the maximum level of SAR values:

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

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SAR value (at the ear): 1.58 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.42 W/kg

OnePlus 6T

OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple

SAR value (at the ear): 1.55 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.27 W/kg

Google Pixel 3 XL

SAR value (at the ear): 1.39 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.4 W/kg

OnePlus 6

OnePlus 6

SAR value (at the ear): 1.33 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.38 W/kg

Google Pixel 3

google-pixel-3

SAR value (at the ear): 1.33 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.49 W/kg

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

Xiaomi redmi note 5 pro

SAR value: 1.188 W/kg

Asus ZenFone 5Z (ZS620KL)

Asus ZenFone 5Z

SAR value (at the ear): 1.19 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.59 W/kg

Sony Xperia XA2 (H3113; H3133)

Sony Xperia XA2

SAR value (at the ear): 1.07 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.43 W/kg

Apple iPhone XR

iphone XR

SAR value (at the ear): 0.99 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 0.99 W/kg

Apple iPhone XS

iphone XS

SAR value (at the ear): 0.99 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 0.99 W/kg

Apple iPhone XS Max

iPhone XS Max

SAR value (at the ear): 0.99 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 0.99 W/kg

Asus ROG Phone

ASUS ROG Phone

SAR value (at the ear): 0.96 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.6 W/kg

Xiaomi Mi A2

Xiaomi Mi A2

SAR value (at the ear): 0.96 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 0.64 W/kg

Honor 10

honor-10

SAR value (at the ear): 0.79 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.15 W/kg

Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact (H8314; H8324)

Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact

SAR value (at the ear): 0.77 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.05 W/kg

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro

SAR value (at the ear): 0.76 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.48 W/kg

Huawei P20 Pro

huawei P20 Pro

SAR value (at the ear): 0.73 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.22 W/kg

Sony Xperia XZ2 (H8266; H8296)

SAR value (at the ear): 0.67 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.07 W/kg

Moto G6

SAR value (at the ear): 0.64 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.36 W/kg

Moto G6 Play

SAR value (at the ear): 0.66 W/kg

SAR value (on the body): 1.42 W/kg

Data sources: German Federal Office for Radiation Protection (Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz), Devicespecifications.com.

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