Galaxy S22

The Samsung Galaxy S22 has been tested for its radiation levels by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The specific absorption rate (SAR) levels, measured in watts per kilogram (W/kg), were found to be:

  • 1.03 W/kg at the head, which is ranked #44 and represents 64.38% of the legal limit
  • 1.15 W/kg when worn on the body, which is ranked #62 and represents 71.88% of the legal limit
  • 1.25 W/kg when used as a hotspot or Airplay, which is ranked #72 and represents 78.13% of the legal limit

The simultaneous SAR levels for cellular transmission and Wi-Fi is:

  • 1.55 W/kg at the head, which is ranked #63 and represents 96.88% of the legal limit
  • 1.57 W/kg when worn on the body, which is ranked #70 and represents 98.13% of the legal limit
  • 1.59 W/kg when used as a hotspot simultaneously with other transmitters active, which is ranked #66 and represents 99.38% of the legal limit

It’s important to note that, FCC SAR testing is measured in watts per kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ONE gram of simulated biological tissue and the USA legal limit is 1.6 W/kg

Also, The FCC approval date for Samsung Galaxy S22 is 7 December 2021, and the FCC ID is A3LSMS901U, if anyone wants to check the report from FCC it can be found via the FCC Report Link.

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