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SAR Value: How much and how dangerous your mobile phone is to health, know with the help of this code, see the steps

New Delhi: SAR Values ​​In Smartphone: Users are very careful while buying a smartphone. They scrutinize everything from the features to the price. They check what processor the phone has, how much RAM it has and even the camera specifications. From the battery to the display, consumers check everything. However, they do not pay attention to the SAR value. Interestingly, smartphone companies are also less vocal about this. Many people know how much and what kind of damage mobile phones can cause. But, very few people know about the SAR value i.e. the radiation emitted by the phone. SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate is a unit of measurement of radio frequency.

Simply put, the amount of radio frequency your body absorbs when using a phone is measured in SAR values. So while it is a good thing to check the specifications while buying a phone, it is equally important to take care of the SAR value.

What is SAR Value?

Radio frequencies emitted by a device, which your body absorbs. It is measured in SAR. That is, the SAR value of your phone. It tells you how much radio frequency your body absorbs when using the phone. A specific SAR value is being determined for mobile phones. In India, the Department of Telecommunications (Department of Telecommunications) has set a value of 1.6 W/Kg (on 1 gram of tissue) for mobile phones.

How to Check SAR Value?

There are several ways to check the SAR Value of a phone. First, check the phone’s user manual. At the same time, some companies mention the SAR value on their official website along with phone specifications. You can also check that. Here’s what you need to do.

First of all you need to go to the dire pad of your phone. Here you have to type *#07#. After entering this code, SAR value details will appear on your screen. Here you will see two types of values. One for the body and the other for the head. Your head will have a higher SAR value than your body. That’s why experts recommend using earphones for phone conversations.

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