top The 10 Best Low-SAR Phones June 2016

Top 10 Best Low-sar Phones 2016



This best low-SAR phone list doesn't only list low-SAR phones, it shows the top phones in that category.

Methodology
We start with a list of the top rated cell phones and we keep only the cell phones which fit one of these two situation:

  1. A low ear SAR value of no more than 0.66 W/kg.
  2. A body SAR rating of less than 0.67 W/kg.
The best phones that meet these critieria are then presented from the top rated to the lowest rated cell phone.

#1. The Lava V5

Lava V5 picture.
Average Rating:
78%


Description:

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Lava's 5.5-inch V5 may suffer from cons like a basic 1.3GHz quad-core processor (typical among entry-level devices) and an HD-only (720p) screen resolution (a Full HD definition is more acceptable for its screen size), but it does not lack a few noteworthy specs. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-related specs:

    Ear SAR value: 0.145 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.266 w/Kg

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#2. The Micromax Canvas Spark

Photo of the Micromax Canvas Spark.
Average Rating:
90%


Description:

Sparking off the Micromax Canvas Spark's mid-range lineup of pros and cons is a Gorilla Glass 3 4.7-inch qHD screen, which, even though it is quite modest, appears to be the brightest spec it has to offer. Its 8-megapixel rear camera is also pretty notable, though its HD video-recording capability being only 15fps puts out that flame easily. Moreover, with its lack of LTE connectivity (which is not common by 2015 standards) , many mid-range shoppers might give it the cold shoulder. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific specifications:

    Ear SAR value: 0.29 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.42 w/Kg

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#3. The Wiko Pulp

Photo of the Wiko Pulp.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Compared to full-blown high-end Androids, this 5-inch 3G-only (it promises a mere 21Mbps maximum data rate) model will likely be beaten to a pulp, but most of its specifications sound just about right for the mid-tier market. That said, we cannot help but wish that it had a Full HD (1080p) display, instead of HD (720p) , as the former would make more sense for its hardware. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific features:

    Ear SAR value: 0.332 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.455 w/Kg

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#4. The Micromax Unite 3

Micromax Unite 3 picture.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Despite its obviously entry-level pros and cons, Micromax takes a different approach with the 4.7-inch Unite 3, rigging it with 10 regional languages alongside language-specific keyboard configurations and the Unite Messaging Service (for text translations) . All this, of course, with the hopes of uniting a widely varied clientele. However, its mere WVGA screen resolution and lack of 4G LTE connectivity are counter-intuitive to this cause. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-related features:

    Ear SAR value: 0.20 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.40 w/Kg

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#5. The Micromax Canvas Play

Photo of the Micromax Canvas Play.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

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It is pretty hard to believe that the Micromax Canvas Play brings a 2015 mix of pros and cons, with only a 3G network reach and an FWVGA (5.5-inch screen) resolution in play. It also sports a 5-megapixel rear camera and a mere VGA selfie cam , apparently with no autofocus on either sensor -- it looks like Micromax dropped the ball on that one. Its only significant saving grace is the relatively generous 2820mAh battery , but even that is hardly enough to be a game winner. Its low 0.15 and 0.40 (head and body) SAR ratings as well as protective flip case are a couple of indirect pros, but what do they really matter to an utterly low-end Android? (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific features:

    Ear SAR value: 0.15 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.40 w/Kg

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#6. The Micromax Canvas Nitro 2

A picture of the Micromax Canvas Nitro 2.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Without an LTE adapter and only a modest screen, the Canvas Nitro 2 might not have a very explosive entry into the Android market, though its pros and cons still come with several high-end sparks. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific specifications:

    Ear SAR value: 0.24 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.55 w/Kg

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#7. The Wiko Fever

Wiko Fever picture.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

A phone that was probably inspired by the spring fever, the Wiko Fever boasts a glow-in-the-dark effect (phosphorescent lining) plus a leather-like finish, though its list of specs did not escape our keen eyes when it comes to pros and cons. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-related specs:

    Ear SAR value: 0.236 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.573 w/Kg

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#8. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus

Photo of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Despite a few pluses over the Grand Neo, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus is only a slight update to the Korean brand's budget-class pitch. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific specifications:

    Ear SAR value: 0.374 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.647 w/Kg

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#9. The Samsung Galaxy J3

Samsung Galaxy J3 picture.
Average Rating:
100%


Description:

With cons like an elementary 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and a 1.5GB RAM that could have been bumped up to 2GB, the LTE-ready Galaxy J3 is shaping up to be a mildly-specked 5-inch HD Super AMOLED Samsung phone. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-related specs:

    Ear SAR value: 0.618 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.304 w/Kg

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#10. The Micromax Canvas Doodle 4

A picture of the Micromax Canvas Doodle 4.
Average Rating:
76%


Description:

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As made obvious by its name, the Micromax Canvas Doodle 4's wide 6-inch Gorilla Glass 3 screen acts as a canvas for your sketches and doodles. Its 960 x 540 resolution is lower than what we expected, but it is nicely backed by a 3000mAh battery as well as apps like Skitch and Evernote . It could have done better than 1GB RAM, though, as potential users will likely multitask with this quad-core 1.3GHz smartphone. Its camera duo (8- and 2-megapixel) is not as promising as its display, too. (Full pros and cons...)

SAR-specific features:

    Ear SAR value: 0.20 w/Kg
    Body SAR Rating: 0.57 w/Kg

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