Amazon MP3 Clips

Thursday, June 2, 2011

How much radiation does your phone emit?


This searchable table contains all the cell phone models available from the major U.S. carriers as of December 2010 (newer models may not be listed). The numbers refer to the rate of radiofrequency energy your body absorbs from the phone. The lower the number, the lower the radiation exposure. Most phones on the market fall between 0.35 and 1.59 watts per kilogram, which is the maximum level allowed by the U.S. government. Keep in mindyour actual exposure will depend on how you use your phone, your carrier and network conditions.
1 of 9
ModelCarriersRadiation (w/kg)
LG QuantumAT&T0.35
Casio EXILIMVerizon Wireless0.53
Pantech Breeze II (P2000)AT&T, AT&T GoPhone0.55
Sanyo Katana IIKajeet0.55
Samsung FascinateVerizon Wireless0.57
Samsung Mesmerize (Galaxy S)CellularONE, U.S. Cellular0.57
Samsung SGH-a197AT&T GoPhone0.59
Samsung Contour (SCH-R250)MetroPCS0.6
Samsung Gravity T (SGH-T669)T-Mobile0.62
Motorola i890Sprint0.63
Samsung SGH-T249T-Mobile0.63
LG dLite (GD570)T-Mobile0.67
Nokia 7020CellularONE0.67
Samsung Captivate (I897)AT&T0.7
Samsung ContinuumVerizon Wireless0.7
Motorola DevourVerizon Wireless0.72
Samsung Stride (SCH-R330)U.S. Cellular0.72
Sony Ericsson W518a WalkmanAT&T, AT&T GoPhone0.73
LG VU PlusAT&T0.75
Motorola Flipside (MB508)AT&T0.76
Samsung SGH-T155GTracFone0.77
LG SentioT-Mobile0.77
LG OctaneVerizon Wireless0.77
Samsung Gravity 3T-Mobile0.78
Samsung :) t359 (SGH-T359)T-Mobile0.78
Samsung Flight (SGH-A797)AT&T, AT&T GoPhone0.79
Motorola Backflip EnzoAT&T0.79
Casio G'zOne RavineVerizon Wireless0.81
Casio G'zOne BrigadeVerizon Wireless0.81
Samsung M360Sprint0.82

No comments: