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The only knowledge I have on electricity is that if I touch it directly, it will travel throughout my body giving me and unpleasant feeling for the duration of contact.
Onto the point:
I have (or will have) a car charger with 2 USB slots within it, allowing me to charge two devices with one cigarette lighter socket.
The cover for the cigarette lighter socket is labeled "12v"
The specifications of the USB car charger with two (USB) slots are -
"Input Voltage: DC12-16V / Output Voltage & Current: 5V 1A"
The specifications for the wall charger for the cell phone that will be utilizing one of the car accessory's USB slots are -
"Input: 100-240VAC~150mA 50-60Hz / Output: 5.0VDC 850mA"
Will everything be compatible (lighter socket + USB lighter socket accessory + cell phone utilizing it for charging) together? Will my phone using that setup charge faster than with the provided wall charger? Will that setup shorten my cell phone's battery life and/or damage it?
Thank you for your help.