The SAR value, i.e. the specific absorption rate, measures how much radiation is transferred from the smartphone to the human tissue. The higher the value, the more energy the tissue absorbs.

For this reason, it is advisable to choose a smartphone whose SAR value is as low as possible. This ensures that the body or head absorbs as little energy as possible from the emitted radiation. The limit value, which must not be exceeded, is 2W/kg.

In the following, we would like to inform you about the SAR value of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G.

This is the SAR value of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

The SAR value of the Samsung Galaxy A53, which is transmitted to the body and head, is 0.89 W/kg.

This puts the smartphone in the acceptable range, since most models have a one before the decimal point in the SAR value.

You now know the specific absorption rate, or SAR for short, of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G.

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