Each smartphone, including the Huawei P10, emits energy when it is in the phone mode. This energy can be measured when hit the human body. The unit is here W / kg and is referred to the "SAR" value. SAR stands for "Specific Absorption Rate" and is set at a limit of 2 watts per kg.
This is the amount that the body is allowed to absorb or absorb during a call. Fortunately, the technology is already very far today and there is hardly a new smartphone that comes above the value 1 Watt / kg.
Current studies are of the opinion that any value below 2 watts / kg SAR value is not harmful to the body. Whether the long-term is durable, no one knows, since the mobile radio is still "young". So much for SAR value.
What is the value of the Huawei P10? Here is the answer:
- Huawei P10 SAR value is 0.99W / kg
- Huawei P10 Plus SAR value is 0.76W / kg
The SAR values are okay but for example in comparison to a Samsung smartphone like the S7 quite high. At an S7 edge, this is 0.26 W / kg. You now know the SAR value of the Huawei P10 and the Huawei P10 Plus.