Samsung Galaxy A7 SAR Radiation Value Rating
The Samsung Galaxy A7 SAR radiation value rating stands at 1.015W/kg near-the-ear (head SAR) and 1.2W/kg near the body, according to an official filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Those levels are higher than the SAR ratings of other Samsung Galaxy A devices and not too far from FCC legal limits (1.6W/kg).
Samsung does not disclose SAR simultaneous transmissions level for the Galaxy A7 (where all connectivity is simultaneously enabled, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE if available), but the FCC certification guarantees that those levels are below the legal limit of 1.6W/kg.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 is an upper mid-range Android smartphone using a new design language with a metal frame that predisposes the device to higher electromagnetic emissions.
SAR, a measurement that stands for Specific Absorption Rate, shows the radiation level of a smartphone.
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