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Samsung Galaxy note 8 S-Pen cancer scare Debunked

It nearly feels a little absurd to actually be saying this but the recent myth relating to the Galaxy note 8‘s accompanying S-Pen and its ability to give you cancer has been debunked as nothing a lot more than absurd and scaremongering. As any sensible, well-informed individual would already know.

So, the backstory to this whole debacle goes a little like this. someone found themselves in a position of boredom one day and made a decision to create a video which suggested that Samsung’s S-Pen could potentially cause cancer in humans due to the radiation generated from electric signals when the Pen comes in contact with the note 8’s display.

If you asked president Donald J. Trump, it’s likely he would right away call this level of madness as “fake news,” but regrettably for the rest of us, claims like this swiftly gather pace and need to be debunked and put to rest in buy to remove uncertainty.

A number of enthusiastic and passionate Android users have taken to the Android forums to swiftly counteract the claims in the video with the most powerful tools of all; common sense, intelligence, and rational behavior. One user – D13H4RD2L1V3 – goes in hard on the video, rightly claiming that the S-Pen does undoubtedly generate radiation, but of the non-ionizing kind, which isn’t known to cause cancer or any adverse effects in humans:

So, you may or may not have seen a video where it is claimed that S Pen causes cancer due to the phone detecting the S Pen when it is close to the display, issuing worries about radiation. Well, let me debunk this. first of all, all mobile communications devices produce a form of radiation that is considered to be non-ionizing.

It’s probably worth mentioning that smartphone users globally are expected to surpass the 2.5 billion mark by the end of 2019, which indicates that a significant percentage of the world’s popular already put their depend on in the safety of available devices, and, therefore, probably didn’t really take the video or its claims too seriously.

However, for those that may have been a little anxious by it, or who may have chosen to stay clear of Samsung devices because of it, it’s always worth fact-checking any claims made in these types of videos. stay informed and stay safe.

(Source: Android Central)

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