top Top 10 Best Low-SAR Phones 2016 U.S.A.

Top 10 Best American Low-sar Phones 2016



This top rated low-SAR American phone list doesn't just list low-SAR phones, it reports on the best phones in that category.

Methodology
We start with a list of the top rated American 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 American phones that meet these critieria are then presented from the top rated to the lowest rated cell phone.

* By the way, this low-sar phone best-of also exists for all countries (includes all phones).

#1. The LG Optimus Zone 3

Description

LG's third Optimus Zone model comes out via Verizon's prepaid catalog with one of the lowest SAR ratings as of its release at 0.18 W/kg (0.13 for body). It offers mass-tier specs like a 4.5-inch FWVGA screen, a 1.1GHz quad-core CPU with 1.5GB of RAM, and a 2-megapixel front camera with Selfie Flash. The Optimus Zone 3 also comes with a 5-megapixel primary camera at the back, while a 1940mAh removable battery and 8GB of storage (expandable by up to 32GB) reside under the hood.

SAR-specific specifications

  • Ear SAR value: 0.18 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.13 w/Kg
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#2. The Micromax Canvas Juice 2

Photo of the Micromax Canvas Juice 2.
Average Star Rating:
80%

Description

Micromax's Lollipop-operated Canvas Juice 2 is a 5-inch HD model whose 3000mAh battery promises 9 hours worth of talk time and a 435-hour standby period. Its mid-range specs also include a Cirrus Logic Wolfson Stereo DAC audio system, an 8GB internal storage, and a 2GB RAM.

Over on the imaging department, the Juice 2 is rigged with an 8-megapixel HD-recording back camera accompanied by a 2-megapixel fixed-focus front-facing sidekick. Topping it off is an array of preloaded apps, including M! Live, Dr. Safety, and Clean Master.

SAR-specific specifications

  • Ear SAR value: 0.22 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.45 w/Kg
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#3. The Samsung Galaxy A5

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy A5.
Average Star Rating:
76.5%

Description

Taking after Samsung's Galaxy Alpha flagship is the 5-inch 6.7mm thin Galaxy A5, replacing the brand's traditional plastic casing with a full metal unibody design. It sports a 13-megapixel camera at the back, with a pretty respectable 5-megapixel one on the front side. Unlike the octa-core-equipped Alpha, it runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor paired with a 2GB RAM -- a duo that we have seen on several other mid-level models. It offers a pretty spacious 16GB internal memory, and allows up to 64GB worth of expansion though its microSD slot.

SAR-specific specifications

  • Ear SAR value: 0.65 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.48 w/Kg
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#4. The Samsung Galaxy J1 Duos

Description

A dual-SIM addition to Samsung's entry-level Galaxy J family, the Galaxy J1 Duos comes with a 4GB memory expandable by up to 128GB as well as 5- and 2-megapixel cameras, the latter equipped with the Palm Selfie function. Also part of this 3G-only model's specs are a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU (512MB RAM) and a 1850mAh battery, while its 4.3-inch WVGA (800 x 480) TFT screen ties it all together. The J1 Duos is available in Black, White, and Blue.

SAR-specific features

  • Ear SAR value: 0.539 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.334 w/Kg
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#5. The BLU Life One XL

BLU Life One XL picture.
Average Star Rating:
76.5%

Description

BLU updates their Life Android family with two early 2015 models, one of which is the 5.5-inch IPS Infinite-View-equipped Life One XL. Its body, which is a combination of sandstone and anodized aluminum, houses a 64-bit 1.2GHz quad-core processor and an Adreno 306 GPU. A 13-megapixel camera backed by a 5-megapixel sub-cam are also among its specs. The Life One XL offers an 8GB internal memory expandable to up to 64GB, while its RAM capacity stands at 1GB. It comes in several different colors, including Pink, White-Gold, and Light Blue.

SAR-related specs

  • Ear SAR value: 0.607 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.337 w/Kg
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#6. The Doro Liberto 820

Doro Liberto 820 picture.
Average Star Rating:
80%

Description

The Liberto 820 may be one of Doro's most advanced models, but it still retains the brand's focus toward senior users. Its 4.5-inch screen and quad-core (1.3GHz) CPU are accompanied by HD Voice, remote programming, and an assistance button at the back. An 8-megapixel rear camera accompanied by a frontal sub-cam also joins its key specs. It offers an 8GB expandable (32GB maximum) memory and a 1GB RAM. A lighter version (Liberto 820 Mini) is also available.

SAR-related specs

  • Ear SAR value: 0.25 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.45 w/Kg
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#7. The LG G4 Dual-LTE

LG G4 Dual-LTE picture.
Average Star Rating:
94%

Description

Donning a similar 5.5-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Quantum display, the LG G4's dual-SIM brother adds more leather case options to LG's chief 2015 model, the G4. Among these are Leather Brown, Sky Blue, Beige, and Red.

Much like the original G4, this Asia-focused variant sports a 16-megapixel f/1.8-aperture UHD (4K) camera equipped with a color spectrum sensor. The G4 Dual-LTE runs on the 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 CPU chip clocked at 1.8GHz on six cores. Topping off its selling points are the 32GB internal memory expandable to up to 2TB and 3GB's worth of RAM.

SAR-related specs

  • Ear SAR value: 0.542 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.453 w/Kg
Full specs

#8. The HTC Desire 816G Dual SIM

HTC Desire 816G Dual SIM picture.
Average Star Rating:
72%

Description

This slight update to the 5.5-inch HTC Desire 816 sports a similar display size and Full HD resolution, but comes with two nano SIM card slots this time around. Like many HTC Androids, the Desire 816G Dual SIM offers the customizable BlinkFeed feature as well as the BoomSound audio technology. It is also rigged with a quad-core processor revved up at 1.3GHz. It does not sport any ultrapixel lens, but it does have a high-end 13-megapixel FHD camera, with a 5-megapixel selfie cam, too. Other hardware components include a 2600mAh battery and an 8GB internal memory (1GB RAM).

SAR-related specs

  • Ear SAR value: 0.33 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.24 w/Kg
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#9. The LG G3 Beat

A picture of the LG G3 Beat.
Average Star Rating:
76%

Description

Designed to serve LG's mid-range market is the mini version of their flagship G3 model. The G3 Beat sports a 5-inch HD IPS display and an 8-megapixel camera - both only a bit shy of the high-end classification. It runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and is powered by a 2450mAh Li-Ion battery. Imaging-wise, its 8-megapixel camera (with a 1.3-mp front cam) is easily above other middle class Androids. The 8GB internal memory doubles up the class average as well. Despite classified as a high-tech mid-range device - with its 4G LTE and laser auto-focus, among others - it only has a 1GB RAM. Also, we were unable to find any special music feature the name Beat could be hinting to.

SAR-specific specifications

  • Ear SAR value: 0.46 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.64 w/Kg
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#10. The Lenovo Vibe X2

A picture of the Lenovo Vibe X2.
Average Star Rating:
64%

Description

Inside the Lenovo Vibe X2's multi-layered case design -- base colors include White, Gold, Red, and Charcoal -- are a couple of high-class specs, such as a 2GHz + 1.7GHz MediaTek eight-core processor and a 13-megapixel main camera. These key features are accompanied by a 2300mAh battery, a non-expandable 32GB memory, and a 4G LTE network adapter. It offers signature Lenovo apps like Guvera Music and the DOit toolkit out of the box.

SAR-specific features

  • Ear SAR value: 0.589 w/Kg
  • Body SAR Rating: 0.375 w/Kg
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