Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level Unveiled: Within Safe Regulation

Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level Unveiled: Within Safe Regulation

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Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level

Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level Unveiled: Within Safe Regulation

The Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level is in. The Samsung Galaxy A8 proudly carries the title of the ‘thinnest Samsung smartphone’ to date. What about its SAR rating? The Galaxy A8 has recently passed FCC certification. It reveals that it’s within safe regulation limits. Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR level value stands at 1.10W/kg for simultaneous transmissions. This is when all radios including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular data are turned on, according to official testing by the Federal Communications Commission.

The official filing also reveals value for Galaxy A8 SAR radiation near the body and head. The SAR rating when using the Galaxy A8 near the body stands at the really minimalist 0.11W/kg. This makes it perfectly safe to use. The SAR value for use near the head stands at a more considerable, but still safe, 0.98W/kg.

Samsung Galaxy A8 SAR Rating Level
Samsung Galaxy A8

SAR is an abbreviation for Specific Absorption Rate. It represents the maximum value of a measurement taken multiple times in lab conditions. Specifically, SAR measures the strength of the electric and magnetic fields. It also measures the power density of transmitters operating at 300KHz to 100GHz frequencies. It is represented in watts per kilogram (W/kg). Learn more about the importance of SAR testing here.

Of course, you’re here because you’re informed about the dangers of cell phones and the potential cancer causing levels of radiation. One of the most prevalent cancers emitted by cell phones is brain cancer. This and other cell phone causing cancers can be prevented by using an RF Safe flip Cover Case in conjunction with an RF Safe AirTube Headset which can be further protected by an RF Safe Ferrite Bead. The good news is that you can protect yourself from cancer causing radiation emitted by cell phones with these and other devices.

source: FCC