Sony, Nokia or Xiaomi, insured by the National Frequency Agency (ANFR). In fact, a report on the analysis of SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) measurements in 2020 on 95 smartphones from 33 brands has been published today. As a result, 9 smartphones have exceeded the limitations imposed by the ANFR.
The idea of the ANFR is to study and analyze all frequencies, in order to ensure that they do not exceed the limits imposed by legislation. In fact, part of the electromagnetic waves are absorbed by the body. That is why they cannot exceed certain limits, with the risk of having an impact on the organism.
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At head level, the ANFR confirmed that no smartphone exceeded the limits. The mean value was 0.23 W / kg, compared to 2 W / kg for the regulatory limit imposed. Regarding the upper part of the body, the trunk, the average was 1.10 W / kg compared to the limit of 2 W / kg. Some smartphones had peaks of 3.48 W / kg.
The affected phones, OnePlus 6T, Nokia 3.1, Logicom, Hola, Gigaset GS270 Plus, Xiaomi Redmi 7, Mi Note 10, as well as Nokia 7 Plus and Sony Xperia 5 have been updated. Today these are now compliant with regulations and Therefore, they can be used safely.