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[Mega Thread] SAR values -mobile radiation OnePlus

  1. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019

    dsmonteiro, Feb 11, 2019 :
    There is absolutely no evidence that cellphone radiation causes "cancer and other deadly diseases". All devices in that list are well within the legal limits, otherwise the phones couldn't be on the market.

    Also, any device you buy will emit radiation. And it's not just your phone. Everything around you emits radiation. Even you.
     

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  2. loonyjacq8 Cupcake Feb 11, 2019


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  4. KeepTransisting KitKat Feb 11, 2019

    KeepTransisting, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Good. That means the forums will get a little smarter if all the people who think this radiation is harmful get rid of their OnePlus devices
     

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  6. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019

    dsmonteiro, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Prevention for what exactly? All phones emit radiation. Otherwise they wouldn't work.

    Light is radiation. Infrared is radiation. Wifi is radiation. Bluetooth is radiation. 2G/3G/4G is radiation.
     

  7. shubham86 Cupcake Feb 11, 2019

    shubham86, Feb 11, 2019 :
    The reports over the years have suggested that prolonged exposure to radiation from smartphones tend to be the reason for the blood-brain barrier condition, head tumors and also impact male fertility, among others.
    German environmental agency Blue Angel certifies the smartphones with a watt per kilogram reading of 0.60 and lower.
     

  8. pablofg1978 Spanish POC Assistant Head Moderator Feb 11, 2019

    pablofg1978, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Thread merged
    Please use the search before creating a new thread
     

  9. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019

    dsmonteiro, Feb 11, 2019 :
    You shouldn't believe everything you read. There is absolutely no scientifical evidence that proves that. And if you want to use a phone with that emissions, forget using a smartphone.

    Every electronic equipment around you emits some sort of radiation. The legal limits on smartphones are quite low.
     

  10. shubham86 Cupcake Feb 11, 2019

    shubham86, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Yea. you are right. Radiation is everywhere with smartphones but that's why the limit is created.
     

  11. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019

    dsmonteiro, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Yes, and all phones on that list are under the legal limit. So what's your point?
     

  12. KeepTransisting KitKat Feb 11, 2019

    KeepTransisting, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Yes, and this is well within safe limits, so what's the problem?
     

  13. Laamapalmu Jelly Bean Feb 11, 2019

    Laamapalmu, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Golf still running? Is it 1.8T. I would be scared of the radiation those hoses emit :D

    Phone radiation is pretty much something you shouldn't worry about. What you should worry about is how close you are to a radio tower that emits FM signals and phone network or WiFi boxes.Science says that if you want to keep your nuts in good health, keep the phone out of your pocket. If you are living in a big city, there's no escaping all the radiation, basically every block has mobile network antennas, dozens of radio/tv channels blasting.

    Throw the phone away and move into middle of the woods. Cover the walls with aluminum foil and cut all power lines.:rolleyes:
     

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  15. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019


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  16. udaykn05 Froyo Feb 11, 2019

    udaykn05, Feb 11, 2019 :
    and whats the Legal limit my friend
     

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  17. chriswiryo Donut Feb 11, 2019

    chriswiryo, Feb 11, 2019 :
    The question is: Yes it's one of the biggest in terms of radiation emitting, but is this number consider big & dangerous for users? or is it just equal to analogy: "one of the biggest ant in the world", which we cannot say ant is big (compare to cow)?

    *Just a thought, no offense!
     

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  18. dsmonteiro Community Consultant Community Expert Feb 11, 2019

    dsmonteiro, Feb 11, 2019 :
    Depends on the country. Germany (which is from where those values are), uses CE SAR standards and the limit is 2.0 W/kg. India uses a different way of measuring, which has lower values.
     

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  20. pablofg1978 Spanish POC Assistant Head Moderator Feb 11, 2019