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RF Exposure

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This mobile phone model 2015105 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015105
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.376 W/kg
Body: 0.798 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model MDE40 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 2014/53/EU, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDE40
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.22 W/kg
Body: 0.710 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MCE16 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 2014/53/EU, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MCE16
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.409 W/kg
Body: 1.550 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016001 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016001
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.488W/kg
Body: 1.127W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2014215 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2014215
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.706W/kg
Body: 0.848W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015015 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015015
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.513 W/kg
Body:0.598 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015213 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015213 2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.784 W/kg
Body:1.381W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015711 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015711 2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.768W/Kg Body:1.010W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016070 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016070 2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.162W/Kg Body:1.470W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MDG2 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDG2 2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.75W/Kg Body:0.760W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MDE5 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDE5 2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.390W/Kg Body:1.770W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MCE8 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 2014/53/EU, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MCE8
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.502 W/kg
Body: 1.544 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1803D5XA has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1803D5XA
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.542 W/kg
Body: 1.593 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.95 W/kg
Body: 1.16 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1803E1A has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1803E1A
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.701 W/kg
Body: 1.662 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.01 W/kg
Body: 1.32 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804E4A has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1804E4A
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.584 W/kg
Body: 1.417 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804D2SG has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1804D2SG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.963 W/kg
Body: 0.639 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.16 W/kg
Body: 0.66 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1805D1SG has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1805D1SG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.547 W/kg
Body: 1.473 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.04 W/kg
Body: 1.15 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1805E10A has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1805E10A
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.537 W/kg
Body: 1.582 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.66 W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1808D2TG has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1808D2TG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.749 W/kg
Body: 1.585 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.15 W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1807E8A has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1807E8A
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.969 W/kg
Body: 1.531 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810E5A has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1810E5A
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.448 W/kg
Body: 1.568 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1902F1G has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1902F1G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.389 W/kg
Body: 1.301 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.99 W/kg
Body: 1.04 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1901F9E has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1901F9E
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.668 W/kg
Body: 1.512 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903F2G has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1903F2G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.385 W/kg
Body: 1.385 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.19 W/kg
Body: 1.17 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810E5GG has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1810E5GG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.557 W/kg
Body: 1.577 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.19 W/kg
Body: 1.19 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903F10G has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1903F10G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.341 W/kg
Body: 1.511 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.19 W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1906F9SH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1906F9SH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.301 W/kg
Body: 1.097 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.03 W/kg
Body: 1.07 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903F11G has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1903F11G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.302 W/kg
Body: 1.508 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.18 W/kg
Body: 1.19 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015816 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015816
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.904 W/kg
Body:0.562 W/kg (Max distance 10mm)
This mobile phone model 2016031 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016031
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.22 W/kg
Body: 1.22 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.485 W/kg
Body: 1.6 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016100 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016100
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.724 W/kg
Body:0.674W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016060, 2016090 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016060
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.77 W/kg
Body: 0.83 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)

Model 2016090
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.35 W/kg
Body: 0.99 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2014817 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2014817
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.701 W/kg
Body: 0.703 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015116, 2015161 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015116
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.49 W/kg
Body: 0.499 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)

Model 2015161
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.416 W/kg
Body: 0.598 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015051 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2015051
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.342 W/kg
Body: 0.452 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016117 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016117
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.525 W/kg
Body: 1.181 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016102 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model 2016102
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.724W/Kg
Body: 0.674W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MAG138 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MAG138
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.583W/Kg
Body: 1.5W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)

Model MAE136
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.39 W/kg
Body: 1.41 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MDG6 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDG6
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.01 W/kg
Body: 1.04 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.66 W/kg
Body: 1.74 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MDG6S has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDG6S
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.059 W/kg
Body: 1.159 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.504 W/kg
Body: 1.683 W/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MCG3B has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MCG3B
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.530W/Kg
Body: 1.234W/Kg (Max distance 5 mm)

Model MCG3B
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.990 W/kg
Body: 1.310 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model MDG1 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MDG1
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.529W/Kg
Body: 1.527W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)

Model MDG1
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.550 W/kg
Body: 1.444 W/kg (distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model MEG7 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model MEG7
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.013W/Kg
Body: 1.470W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)

Model MEG7
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.19 W/kg
Body: 1.06 W/kg ( distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1803E7SG,M1803E7SH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1803E7SG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.29W/Kg
Body: 1.24W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.03 W/kg
Body: 0.79 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1803E7SH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.17W/Kg
Body: 0.7W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.02 W/kg
Body: 0.72 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1803E6G,M1803E6H has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1803E6G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.429W/Kg
Body: 1.577W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.89 W/kg
Body: 1.43 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1803E6H
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.429W/Kg
Body: 1.450W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.16 W/kg
Body: 1.16 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804C3CG,M1804C3CH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1804C3CG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.656W/Kg
Body: 1.523W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.78 W/kg
Body: 1.17 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1804C3CH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.442W/Kg
Body: 1.356W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.79W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804C3DG,M1804C3DH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1804C3DG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.550W/Kg
Body: 1.417W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.97 W/kg
Body: 1.15 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1804C3DH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.616W/Kg
Body: 1.379W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.95 W/kg
Body: 1.15 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1806E7TG,M1806E7TH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1806E7TG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.755W/Kg
Body: 1.476W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.75 W/kg
Body: 1.14 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1806E7TH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.557W/Kg
Body: 1.070W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.18 W/kg
Body: 1.19 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903C3GG,M1903C3GH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1903C3GG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.579W/Kg
Body: 1.497W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.91 W/kg
Body: 1.19 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1903C3GH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.579W/Kg
Body: 1.497W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.98 W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1901F7G,M1901F7H has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1901F7G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.591W/Kg
Body: 1.274W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.15 W/kg
Body: 1.17 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1901F7H
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.591W/Kg
Body: 1.274W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.19 W/kg
Body: 1.18 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810F6LG,M1810F6LH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1810F6LG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.577W/Kg
Body: 1.251W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.10 W/kg
Body: 1.02 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1810F6LH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.577W/Kg
Body: 1.251W/Kg ( distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.07 W/kg
Body: 0.90 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810F6G has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1810F6G
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.577 W/kg
Body: 1.251 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903C3EG,M1903C3EH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1903C3EG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.557 W/kg
Body: 1.166 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.00 W/kg
Body: 1.12 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1903C3EH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.557 W/kg
Body: 1.166 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.16 W/kg
Body: 1.13 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model M1908C3JG,M1908C3JH has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements for exposure of radio waves.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) which refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energy. SAR value as the basic restrictions is specified in Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC, which is 2W/kg in countries that set the limit averaged over 10 gram of tissue; and in the IEEE Std C95.1-2005, which is 1.6 W/kg in counties that set the limit averaged over 1 gram of tissue.

During SAR testing, this device was set to transmit at its highest certified power levels in all tested frequency bands, and placed in positions that simulate RF exposure in usage against the head with no separation, and near the body with the separation not exceeding 25 mm.

To make sure the mobile phone working on a lower RF exposure status, use a hands-free option, such as Bluetooth headphone, supplied headphones, or other similar accessory. Use of other accessories which contain metal parts may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

Although this device has been tested to determine SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.

The highest SAR values are as follows:
Model M1908C3JG
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.191 W/kg
Body: 1.034 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.374 W/kg
Body: 0.987 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)

Model M1908C3JH
2.0 W/kg (over 10 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.191 W/kg
Body: 1.089 W/kg (distance 5 mm)
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.387 W/kg
Body: 1.056 W/kg ( distance 10 mm)