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Best mobile phone?


My smartphone has drawned in the car recently and Im stuck using one of them phones that weed sellers use. I need to have a phone during the day with me. I am looking to find a phone with as little radiation as possible and I can listen to music, preferably a smartphone.

I looked on Google, there is not much information besides tables, listing the radiation of different devices, whose results seem to vary a lot from website to website and some just copied across. The lowest radiation phone is one called blueearth which I cant even find on ebay. Phones which can be acquired by anyone with low radiation apparantly are some of the latest samsung galaxy phones like Note or S models. Thats seems well, considering its a popular device and samsung is definetly owned by the elite (they started as a simple grocery shop and now expanded onto making anything, even military aircraft parts not just phones and TVs - which is something most/all elite businesses share in common, amazon, coca cola.) like there is something spooky about those tests. This is for samsung only, the other big companies are reported to have high radiation. My question is do you know anything else about this matter, that is not easy to find on the internet/mentioned here already? 



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It's a matter of balance between good coverage vs. low radiation, I think. Usually more radiation means better coverage. When the phone is out of range, it cranks up the radiated power in order to get connected. Phone batteries also drain quicker if you're out of range.

I consider myself a newb when it comes to phones. I prefer things that are endurable, have a long battery life and can actually be used for calling. I used to have a Nokia 5140i for about 20 years? Last year I got an used Nokia X3. 5140i was really good .. until its casing crumbled into small pieces of plastic. Replaced the casing and then that crumbled too. While 5140i needed recharging once a month, X3 needs it once a week or so. As I've heard, smartphones generally require recharging once per day (which makes a phone lose its point, imho).

Sister got herself a Doogee from China and she is happy with that. Though, the battery turned into a balloon in a couple of years (can explode).

Someone on the radio promoted OnePlus 2, which cannot be bought (only with an invitation).

With Samsung Galaxy, I've heard people complain about battery life and lag.



-- Edited by Sussch on Saturday 10th of October 2015 08:42:07 PM

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Galaxies yh need recharging every 24-30 hours. The newer models need more often I think. But you can just buy an extra battery or 2. Then you have spare battery. Never heard of Doogee till now and thats quite funny chinese phone exploding : )) Went on the OnePlus 2 website, very crappy nice design but information is not clear. Why do people make websites like that?!

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