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'When measuring the SAR due to a mobile phone the phone is placed against a representation of a human head (a 'SAR Phantom') in a talk position. The SAR value is then measured at the location that has the highest absorption rate in the entire head, which in the case of a mobile phone is often as close to the phone's antenna as possible. Measurements are made for different positions on both sides of the head and at different frequencies representing the frequency bands at which the device can transmit. Depending on the size and capabilities of the phone, additional testing may also be required to represent usage of the device while placed close to the user's body and/or extremities. Various governments have defined maximum SAR levels for RF energy emitted by mobile devices:

United States: the FCC requires that phones sold have a SAR level at or below 1.6 watts per kilogram (W/kg) taken over the volume containing a mass of 1 gram of tissue that is absorbing the most signal.

European Union: CENELEC specify SAR limits within the EU, following IEC standards. For mobile phones, and other such hand-held devices, the SAR limit is 2 W/kg averaged over the 10 g of tissue absorbing the most signal (IEC 62209-1).

India: switched from the EU limits to the US limits for mobile handsets in 2012. Unlike the US, India will not rely solely on SAR measurements provided by manufacturers; random compliance tests are done by a government-run Telecommunication Engineering Center (TEC) SAR Laboratory on handsets and 10% of towers. All handsets must have a hands free mode.</li>

Now as far as Xiaomi Redmi Smartphone's are concerned, the SAR Value remains below 2W/Kg for body as well as head which is safe. e.g. for Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro it is 1.19 W/kg (head) and 0.33 W/kg (body), for Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, it is SAR 1g limit: 1.6W/kg, SAR value: 0.375W/kg (max. 15mm distance).

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Good thing somebody cares about this
(02-23-2019, 06:52 AM)FlowAr Wrote: [ -> ]Good thing somebody cares about this
I personally have a Xiaomi phone and its comforting to read this
Xiaomi has good quality with cheap price. I wanna exchange my smartphone now
Xiaomi and mobiles from other Chinese companies have lost their Android license to put the OS on their machines in the US. They also spy on you like nobody's business. Unless you have the ADB and Application Inspector UBQSoft to check what processes are running so you can uninstall them.
Never buy China.