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Top 10 Mobile phones emitting the most radiation

Mi A1 leads the pack followed by OnePlus 5T and Pixel 3 XL

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Xiaomi and OnePlus are considered to be the most radiated smartphone models available in market. This was revealed in a research conducted by the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection (Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz).

According to the top 10 list of most radiated smartphones, compiled by Statista, based on the data provided by the German body, Samsung phones are also found to lead the range of least radiation level models.

Particularly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and ZTE Axon Elite have emerged as the lowest radiation-emitting phones with a specific absorption rate (SAR) of 0.17 watts per kilogram.

Phones emitting the Most radiation
Phones emitting the Most radiation
Image courtesy: statista

1. Xiaomi Mi A1: Xiaomi’s Mi A1 sits on the top for radiation emission with a specific absorption rate of 1.75 watts per kilogram. Launched in September 2017, its current price is Rs. 9,699

2. OnePlus 5T: The OnePlus 5T comes second. It has an absorption rate of 1.68 watts per kilogram. Launched in November 2017 and currently with a starting price of Rs. 32,999

3. Xiaomi Mi Max 3: In third position sits Xiaomi Mi Max 3 with the specific absorption rate of 1.58 watts per kilogram. Launched in July 2018 with a starting price of Rs. 17,500,

4. OnePlus 6T: The phone has an absorption rate of 1.55 watts per kilogram. Launched in November 2018 with prices starting at Rs.37,999

5. HTC U12 Life: HTC U12 Life has an absorption rate of 1.48 watts per kilogram. Launched in August 2018 and its current price starts at Rs.27,999.

6. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3: Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 has an absorption rate of 1.45 watts per kilogram. Launched in October 2018 with prices starting at Rs.34,800

7. Google Pixel 3 XL: The Pixel 3 XL 000 has an absorption rate of 1.39 watts per kilogram. Launched in October 2018 with starting price at Rs.83,000

8. OnePlus 5: The phone has an absorption rate of 1.39 watts per kilogram. Launched in June 2017 with a current price of Rs.32,999

9. iPhone 7: iPhone 7 has an absorption rate of 1.38 watts per kilogram. Launched in September 2016 with prices starting at Rs.28,799

10. Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact: The phone has an absorption rate of 1.36 watts per kilogram. Launched in August 2017 with prices starting at Rs.40,000.