Motorola unveils a TurboPower car charger for the DROID Turbo and Quick Charge 2.0 devices

Motorola unveils a TurboPower car charger for the DROID Turbo and Quick Charge 2.0 devices
Thanks to new technology, smartphone owners with the right handset and the right charger can spend a few minutes masquerading as a wall-hugger, and come away with enough juice to power their phone for hours. For example, using the TurboPower 15 Wall Charger from Motorola will allow you to power up your TurboPowered Motorola handset for 8 hours with just a 15-minute charge. The phones that have this feature are the Motorola DROID Turbo, Nexus 6 and second-generation Motorola Moto X.

If you don't own a Motorola TurboPowered device, you can still use the TurboPower 15 Wall Charger to power up the battery on your phone 75% faster than normal. To get that kind of charging speed, you will need to have a device that supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0. Such models include the Motorola DROID Turbo, second-generation Motorola Moto X, Nexus 6, HTC One (M8), HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy Note 4. LG G Flex 2 and the LG G4.

Today, Motorola took the Turbo charging technology and applied it to a car charger. Available from Motorola for $29.99, the TurboPower 15 Car Charger features the same charging times as the unit for the wall. Now, you can make sure that you're minutes away from having enough battery life to get you through the next few hours even when you're driving around in an automobile. If you're interested in the TurboPower 15 Car Charger or Wall Charger, click on the sourcelink. 

source: Motorola via AndroidandMe



12. Metropolis75

Posts: 200; Member since: Aug 28, 2012

Verizon already makes a quick charger for your car. Moto was slow to the party on this one.

1. Mxyzptlk unregistered

X will definitely need it with how awful the battery its battery is.

2. Scott93274

Posts: 6044; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

My Moto X 2013 lasts me the whole day. When are you doing to stop trolling Motorola Articles? You obviously know nothing about what you speak of.

6. Mxyzptlk unregistered

Just like you and the iPhone? You have the nerve to call me a hypocrite.

3. Scott93274

Posts: 6044; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

And why don't you comment about poor battery life on any other device? You know full well that both of the Moto Xs have better battery life than the iPhone 6, or any of the iPhones that came before it. Why do you only troll Motorola?

9. Scott93274

Posts: 6044; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

10. Beaustir45

Posts: 29; Member since: Mar 26, 2012

hey @scott93274 how do you clear those benchmark and battery life lists, so you don't have to scroll through all of them to compare?

11. Scott93274

Posts: 6044; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

I'm not entirely sure if you can filter the list, but you can type in the model of phone you're interested in and it'll take you right to it. It really is a great comparison tool if you want to see where a phone sits compared to the market.

13. Mxyzptlk unregistered

He doesn't know lol.

14. Mxyzptlk unregistered

They have to actually make sense. If you aren't going to bother checking the links out then just spare me the bullcrap.

4. Ordinary

Posts: 2454; Member since: Apr 23, 2015

7. Mxyzptlk unregistered

He's salty that's all.

8. waddup121 unregistered

For sure man!

15. eddiear15

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 05, 2015

I can make it through a moderate to heavy day and still have 20 plus percent battery life. The phone itself sucks, but the battery is great!

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