Samsung Galaxy Alpha SAR Radiation Rating Level Revealed
Considering the Samsung Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850F). The Samsung Galaxy Alpha SAR radiation rating level revealed and it stands at 1.18W/kg near-the-ear (head SAR) and 0.75W/kg near the body, according to an official filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Those levels are rather average and are not dangerously close to the legal SAR limit.
Samsung does not disclose simultaneous SAR transmissions level for the Galaxy Alpha (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 Galaxy Alpha is the first Samsung smartphone adopting a new design with a metal frame and a plastic body, and that sets it apart from earlier all-plastic designs. The use of metal 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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