Galaxy S23 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has several different SAR levels as tested by the FCC. Here is a summary of the results:

Head SAR: 0.98 W/kg, ranking #40 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 61.25% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

Body SAR: 1.10 W/kg, ranking #48 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 68.75% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

Simultaneous Head SAR: 1.59 W/kg, ranking #67 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 99.38% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

Simultaneous Body SAR: 1.59 W/kg, ranking #65 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 99.38% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

Hotspot SAR Level: 1.20 W/kg, ranking #66 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 75.00% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

Simultaneous Hotspot SAR: 1.54 W/kg, ranking #36 among popular smartphones in the USA, which is equivalent to 96.25% of the legal limit of 1.60 W/kg.

It’s important to note that these values are based on official FCC SAR tests, and the number of RF Safe radiation warnings may vary based on the specific SAR value.

To view SAR ranking data for all Samsung phones, click here

Show Filters

Showing the single result

Showing the single result