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Samsung Warranty question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Juyeop, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. Juyeop

    Juyeop Active Member
    Thread Starter

    Oct 21, 2010
    Hi, I sent my Nexus s to Samsung to get it fixed about a week ago. Now, I see the repair status online, and it say "radiation test passed." Does anyone know how they test the "radiation" on the phone? And If the test is passed on my phone then I don't have to worry about radiation from the phone?
    The fact that they replaced all the parts in my phone make me worry if the radiation is not safely removed...........

    Somebody help me out please because I'm in the process of something in which I must avoid even a little amount of radiation.


  2. quantumrand

    quantumrand Well-Known Member

    Sep 2, 2009
    I would imagine that the "radiation test" is just a test to make sure the antenna is outputting within specifications. They wouldn't be allowed to give you a device that puts out more radiation than is allowed by the FCC for that model.
  3. batmandroid

    batmandroid Well-Known Member

    Mar 2, 2011
    tidk for sure the whole procedure, but i guess they use something like this in multiple scenarios.

    Geiger counter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    i wouldn't worry about it. they know how much radiation is safe. i think it would be pretty bad press if word got out that you got some face cancer from your samsung phone. they probably wouldn't risk that in the slightest degree rather than just giving you a new phone at relatively no cost to them.

    there is even a little amount of radiation like everywhere in everyday life. you need to know exactly how much radiation you need to avoid and exactly which type, and use a geiger counter yourself to see what is safe. radiation is a broad term and if you need to avoid even a slight amount of radiation then you need to live in an iron box or something.

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