Radiation level is high on Motorola Droid

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Did anyone here that the Motorola Droid was rated as one of the phones which has a high radiation level? Anyone concerned??:confused:

If you're that worried then don't use smoke detectors, florescent lights, eat bananas, and check every concrete structure for radon.

Have no worries!
 

Dapke36

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Damn that does have higher rad levels.

But not as bad as my old 8330.

I'll just take some RadAway next time I use my phone.
 

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With the way I use the Droid as compaired to some of my other phones, it is hardly "near" my body when I'm using it. Add to that my car mount/integration with my car sterio, and blue tooth headset, its almost never near my head.

"Its not a tumor"

:)
 

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With the way I use the Droid as compaired to some of my other phones, it is hardly "near" my body when I'm using it. Add to that my car mount/integration with my car sterio, and blue tooth headset, its almost never near my head.

"Its not a tumor"

:)

Same for me. My thumbs are gonna get rad cancer before my head does, if I keep this up.
 

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I noticed that a while back, CNET is a great resource to find information on radiation output levels on cell phones. Fortunately enough for me, I don't use the phone, as a phone, enough without the use of bluetooth to really be that concerned.
 

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Moved to General Chat forum.

If anyone does reads the article, there is 1 paragraph of sound advice:

If you're concerned about limiting your SAR exposure, you can take a few easy steps beyond purchasing a handset with a low SAR. You can text instead placing a voice call, use a wired headset or speakerphone whenever possible, and carry your phone at least one inch from your body.[/url]
 

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If you're concerned about limiting your SAR exposure, you can take a few easy steps beyond purchasing a handset with a low SAR. You can text instead placing a voice call, use a wired headset or speakerphone whenever possible, and carry your phone at least one inch from your body.

So, If I carry the phone in my front pants pocket... am I gonna be .... "alright" down there?? I'd hate to think of a tin foil fix for that area.
 

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