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Does today's phones increase chance of cancer?

Does today's phones increase chances of cancer due to their high SAR values?  

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  1. 1. Does today's phones increase chances of cancer due to their high SAR values?

    • Yes!
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    • No, that's damn myth.
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    • maybe.
      4


I want to buy poco f1. (i am from india) and...
i think it's SAR values are high, whats your opinion?
i found it's SAR value from this website : https://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model-sar/56da4bee

i also want your opinions for this questions - 1) "Does today's phones increase the chances of cancer?"
                                                                       2) "Are chances of having cancer higher if u use xiaomi's phones due to their high SAR values?"
                                                                       3) "Why xiaomi's phones have high SAR values?"

Thank you very much. and Happy New Year.

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The forms of radiation that emit from electronic devices do not affect humans.

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2 minutes ago, N.Krantz said:

ok uhhhhh WHAT

uh i wanted to know if todays phones with high SAR value gives u cancer or increase the chances of having cancer or anyother kinda disease?
if u know something about this plz help.

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3 minutes ago, Kpp550 said:

I want to buy poco f1. (i am from india) and...
i think it's SAR values are high, whats your opinion?
i found it's SAR value from this website : https://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model-sar/56da4bee

i also want your opinions for this questions - 1) "Does today's phones increase the chances of cancer?"
                                                                       2) "Are chances of having cancer higher if u use xiaomi's phones due to their high SAR values?"
                                                                       3) "Why xiaomi's phones have high SAR values?"

Thank you very much. and Happy New Year.

I think the exposure to potentially cancerous things you get from a phone is irrelevant relative to the overall exposure you get every day.

2 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

The forms of radiation that emit from electronic devices do not affect humans.

Yes they do, but not necessarily in a way that would give you cancer.

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2 hours ago, Kpp550 said:

I want to buy poco f1. (i am from india) and...
i think it's SAR values are high, whats your opinion?
i found it's SAR value from this website : https://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model-sar/56da4bee

i also want your opinions for this questions - 1) "Does today's phones increase the chances of cancer?"
                                                                       2) "Are chances of having cancer higher if u use xiaomi's phones due to their high SAR values?"
                                                                       3) "Why xiaomi's phones have high SAR values?"

Thank you very much. and Happy New Year.

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There have been conflicting studies on this, but the general consensus is "probably not."  Remember, many people have had cellphones for a couple of decades (or more) now, and those earlier phones sometimes had worse SAR levels.  Based on that, I'd surmise that the potential effect isn't strong enough to significantly increase cancer rates.

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8 minutes ago, valdyrgramr said:

Idk, it's given some people the urge to play Fortnite.

I stand corrected.

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