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[Q] Charge a phone with a 5.3v charger

15th January 2014, 10:56 AM |#1  
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I recently bought a power bank from my phone which has an output voltage of 5.3V/1000mA, but the stock charger has an output voltage of 5V/500mA. Now, I've two questions.....

Is it safe to use the power bank to charge my phone?

Will it affect the battery life of my phone?
15th January 2014, 10:55 PM |#2  
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It will slowly affect your battery since the voltage is high
I recommend you to use the one with same output voltage

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Power bank is safe to use but the problem is you are getting a bit high voltage

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16th January 2014, 05:59 AM |#3  
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But, on the battery of my device, it's mentioned that the 'Max Charging Volt.' is 4.2V, though the included[stock] charger supplies an output voltage of 5V. So, I hope it won't affect my device if I charge it with a 5.3V power bank.

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16th January 2014, 06:05 AM |#4  
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But, on the battery of my device, it's mentioned that the 'Max Charging Volt.' is 4.2V, though the included[stock] charger supplies an output voltage of 5V. So, I hope it won't affect my device if I charge it with a 5.3V power bank.

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17th January 2014, 06:12 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by PradeepMurugan

It will slowly affect your battery since the voltage is high
I recommend you to use the one with same output voltage

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---------- Post added at 10:55 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:54 PM ----------

Power bank is safe to use but the problem is you are getting a bit high voltage

Sent from my GT-I9070 using Tapatalk

But, on the battery of my device, it's mentioned that the 'Max Charging Volt.' is 4.2V, though the included[stock] charger supplies an output voltage of 5V. So, I hope it won't affect my device if I charge it with a 5.3V power bank.

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11th December 2014, 10:27 AM |#6  
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The "charger" that comes with your phone doesn't actually charge your battery.
What it actually does, is supply power to your phone, which has a charger inside it, which charges the battery.

As for 5.3V, it is close enough to the USB power spec to be alright to use with your devices.
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