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20 Radiation-Emitting Cell Phones You Need To Replace Now!


Modern society has imposed technology as a necessity, and mobile phones are seemingly an inevitable part of our everyday life.

Mobile phones make our communication extremely easy, but have you ever thought of the possible risks of their use for our health?

The Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel conducted a study, which was published in the Biochemical journal,  that found that certain cell phones or mobile devices exposing us to dangerous levels of electromagnetic radiation.

This study showed that a single use of certain cell phones for just 15 minutes may stimulate trigger brain cell changes linked to cancerous cell division.

Therefore, CNET exposed the five phones with the highest radiation.

The FCC instructs that all mobile phones should be tested for their specific absorption rate (SAR) – the rate of which the body absorbs the radiation from the phone. The highest allowed levels by the FCC  is 1.6 watts/kg of flesh.

The following charts provide additional information of mobile phones and their levels of harmful radiation:

Top 20 Highest Radiation Cell Phones
(maximum possible SAR level from phone)
Cell phone brand and type SAR level Carrier
1. Motorola Droid Maxx 1.54 Verizon
1a. Motorola Droid Ultra 1.54 Verizon
3. Alcatel One Touch Evolve 1.49 T-Mobile
3a. Huawei Vitria 1.49 Metro PCS
5. Kyocera Hydro Edge 1.48 Sprint
6. Kyocera Kona 1.45 Sprint
7. Kyocera Hydro XTRM 1.44 Metro PCS
8. BlackBerry Z10 1.42 Verizon
9. BlackBerry Z30 1.41 Verizon
9a. ZTE Source 1.41 Cricket
9b. ZTE Warp 4G 1.41 Boost
12. Nokia Lumia 925 1.4 T-Mobile
12a. Nokia Lumia 928 1.4 Verizon
14. Sonim XP Strike 1.39 Sprint
14a. Kyocera Hydro Elite 1.39 Verizon
16. T-Mobile Prism 2 1.385 T-Mobile
17. Virgin Mobile Supreme 1.38 Virgin
17a. Sprint Vital 1.38 Sprint
19. Sprint Force 1.37 Sprint
20. Huawei Pal 1.33 Metro PCS

















Chart Source:  Lynn La and Kent German, “Cell Phone Radiation Levels,” www.reviews.cnet.com, Jan. 16, 2014

Source: www.davidwolfe.com