October 28th, 2012, 11:10 AM
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No, it won't damage your phone. Think of the mAH (milli-amp hours) as the size of the fuel tank. Theoretically, the more mAH, the longer you can go, as long as the voltage is the same. A different voltage will most definitely effect your phone and possible damage it.
One thing to note is that aftermarket batteries many times don't perform to spec and over-estimate their capacity.
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