Cellphone radiation and cancer risks supposedly associated with the use of smartphones can apparently be reduced with the help of a new smartphone case which has been developed by a company called Pong.
Made using the same materials as NASA spacecraft, the smartphone case from Pong checks the microwave energy emitted by mobile devices. Controlling the microwave energy is significant because, despite the fact that its is still not clear as to how much harm cellphone radiation can cause, cellphone radiation has been reclassified as "potentially carcinogenic for humans" by the World Health Organization.
With recent studies revealing that the majority of cellphone radiation is absorbed by the cellphone user's head and body while making calls, Pong claims that its new smartphone case can redirect radiation away from the user, thereby bringing about a 95 percent reduction in exposure to the deadly radiation.
Asserting that the case, which is available for a wide array of smartphones, has been already put through rigorous tests to check its effectiveness, Ryan McCaughey - chief technology officer at Pong - said that the company has compared the impact of a cellphone on the industry standard of SAR with and without its new smartphone case.
About the Pong case, McCaughey told the Herald Sun: "Our lab tests, including independent lab tests, which we feel are a very important validation, show that we reduce SAR by up to 95% below current safety limits."
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