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Blackberry Cell Phone Radiation SAR Rating

An SAR value is a measure of the maximum energy absorbed by a unit of mass of exposed tissue of a person using a mobile phone, over a given time or more simply the power absorbed per unit mass. SAR values are usually expressed in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg) in either 1g or 10g of tissue.

Manufacturer / Model number SAR rating
(1.6W/kg)
SAR rating
(2.0W/kg)
Blackberry 6280
0.24
0.18
Blackberry 6710
1.28
0.77
Blackberry 6720
1.28
0.75
Blackberry 6750
1.46
Blackberry 7100, 7100g, 7100t, 7100v, 7100x
0.91
0.86
Blackberry 7105t
0.91
0.86
Blackberry 7130c
0.91
0.86
Blackberry 7210
0.60
0.26
Blackberry 7230
0.60
0.26
Blackberry 7250
1.27
0.87
Blackberry 7280
0.24
0.17
Blackberry 7290
0.31
0.24
Blackberry 7510
0.91
Blackberry 7550
1.27
Blackberry 7520
0.79
Blackberry 7730
1.19
0.63
Blackberry 7750
1.27
Blackberry 7780
1.19
Blackberry 8100 Pearl
1.52
0.98
Blackberry 8130 Pearl
1.48
Blackberry 8300 Curve
1.51
0.63
Blackberry 8310 Curve
1.51
0.63
Blackberry 8320 Curve
1.51
0.63
Blackberry 8330 Curve
1.54
0.63
Blackberry 8700c
1.34
1.04
Blackberry 8703e
1.55
Blackberry 8800
1.52
1.16
Blackberry 8820
1.52
1.16
Blackberry 8830
1.46

North American and Australian Standard. The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of body tissue. European Standard. The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body tissue.

To compare relative radiation of different mobile phones, only compare phones using the same standard. The SAR levels listed above represent the maximum SAR level for the phone, not just the SAR level at the head, which sources like CNET publish.

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