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Does anyone know what the European SAR value of the Blade is?? I can't seem to find it anywhere in the web. It would be really helpful to know how much we are burning our brain :P))

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According to the manual 1.35 W/kg

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According to the manual 1.35 W/kg



head or body sar?

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head or body sar?


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No problem monkey socks. Your best bet is to follow your rubber duck, go right past the Christmas tree and then you need... let me think... Yeah, you want to follow your saxophone till you reach the Y-fronts and bobs your teapot. Alright ice cream cone.

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Actually 1.35W/kg is really much. Dunno if its a normal value ...

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The SAR limit in the EU is 2W/kg

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No problem monkey socks. Your best bet is to follow your rubber duck, go right past the Christmas tree and then you need... let me think... Yeah, you want to follow your saxophone till you reach the Y-fronts and bobs your teapot. Alright ice cream cone.

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Actually in the manual is stated that 1.35W/kg is the maximum value that it was achieved in tests. So i think that the actual value is much lower, although it is not posted anywhere and that is a bit odd.

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Actually in the manual is stated that 1.35W/kg is the maximum value that it was achieved in tests. So i think that the actual value is much lower, although it is not posted anywhere and that is a bit odd.


It'll be 1.35W/kg when the cell signal is at it's weakest level. Phones increase radio power in low signal areas.

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that's pretty high on the scale....most well known makes score under 1w/kg...
Still, in winter it'll warm the ears up :P

It's got a loud enough speaker so probably best to use in speaker mode, as with any handset...

Edited by dadashi, 22 October 2010 - 03:59 AM.

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Do you know what is the rating on 2G?

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