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This mobile phone model 2014818 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 2014818
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.999 W/kg
Body:0.982 W/kg (Max distance 15mm)
This mobile phone model 2014712 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 2014712
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.875 W/kg
Body: 0.579 W/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model 2015116 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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.256 W/kg
Body: 1.102w/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016032, 2016037 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 2016032
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.617w/kg
Body:0.429w/kg (Max distance 15 mm)

Model 2016037
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.617w/kg
Body:0.429w/kg (Max distance 15 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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.375 W/kg
This mobile phone model 2016116 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 2016116
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.596 W/kg
This mobile phone model MAI138 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 MAI138
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.75 W/kg
Body: 0.612w/kg (Max distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MDI6 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 MDI6
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.527 W/kg
Body: 1.320w/kg (Max distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MDI6S 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 MDI6S
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.092 W/kg
Body: 1.440w/kg (Max distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MCI3B 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 MCI3B
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.072 W/kg
Body: 0.910w/kg (Max distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MDI1 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 MDI1
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.606 W/kg
Body: 1.187w/kg ( distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MEI7 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 MEI7
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.751 W/kg
Body: 0.545w/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model MEI7S 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 MEI7S
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.188 W/kg
Body: 0.334 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1803E6I 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 M1803E6I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.115 W/kg
Body: 1.238 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804C3CI 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 M1804C3CI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.746 W/kg
Body: 0.715 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804C3DI 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 M1804C3DI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.793 W/kg
Body: 0.707 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1805D1SI 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 M1805D1SI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.964 W/kg
Body: 0.780 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1806E7TI 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 M1806E7TI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.844 W/kg
Body: 1.048 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903C3GI 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 M1903C3GI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.796 W/kg
Body: 0.613 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1901F7I 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 M1901F7I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.962 W/kg
Body: 0.838 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1901F7S 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 M1901F7S
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.962 W/kg
Body: 0.838 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810F6LI 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 M1810F6LI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.031 W/kg
Body: 0.573 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1810F6I 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 M1810F6I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.031 W/kg
Body: 0.573 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903F10I 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 M1903F10I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.070 W/kg
Body: 0.723 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903F11I 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 M1903F11I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.030 W/kg
Body: 0.720 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1903C3EI 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 M1903C3EI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.744 W/kg
Body: 0.785 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1908C3KI 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 M1908C3KI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.339 W/kg
Body: 1.000 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1908C3II 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 M1908C3II
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.339W/Kg
Body: 1.000W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1908C3JI 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 M1908C3JI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.13W/Kg
Body: 0.634W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1906G7I 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 M1906G7I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.130W/Kg
Body: 0.634W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2001C3K3I 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 M2001C3K3I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.339W/Kg
Body: 1.000W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2003J6A1I 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 M2003J6A1I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.898 W/Kg
Body: 0.483 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2003J6B1I 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 M2003J6B1I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.880 W/Kg
Body: 0.475 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model J15SI 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 M2003J15SI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.853 W/Kg
Body: 0.433 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2004J19PI 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 M2004J19PI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.854 W/Kg
Body: 0.417 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2004C3MI 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 M2004C3MI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.506 W/Kg
Body: 0.833 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2004C3L 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 M2004C3L
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.528 W/Kg
Body: 0.791 W/Kg (distance 15 mm)
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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.703w/kg
Body:1.422W/Kg (Max distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model 2016002, 2016007 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 2016002
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.838W/Kg
Body:0.632W/Kg (Max distance 15 mm)

Model 2016007
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.836W/Kg
Body:0.661W/Kg (Max distance 15 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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.92w/kg
Body:1.36w/kg (Max distance 10 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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.29w/kg
Body:0.79w/kg (Max distance 10 mm)
This mobile phone model MDI40 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 MDI40
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.39w/kg
Body:1.31w/kg (Max distance 5 mm)
This mobile phone model MDI2 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 MDI2
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:1.26w/kg
Body:0.17w/kg (Max distance 15 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
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head:0.880w/kg
Body:0.850w/kg ( distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1804D2SI 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 M1804D2SI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.092 W/kg
Body: 0.259W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M1906F9SI 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 M1906F9SI
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 0.527 W/kg
Body: 0.722 W/kg (distance 15 mm)
This mobile phone model M2001J2I 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 M2001J2I
1.6 W/kg (over 1 g) SAR Limit
Head: 1.037 W/kg
Body: 0.718 W/kg (distance 15 mm)