Difference between Motorola's different turbopower chargers

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Ive been looking around amazon and motorola's website and i see these turbopower chargers, but I dont know which one to buy because:

Some are 15W, 25W and 30W
There are some with a removable usb cable and some do not

Im very confused on what to choose for my moto z play. does the 30W charger provide the fastest charge?
 
he Motorola Turbo charger will charge the device at a faster rate when the device is below 78%. If the device is already at 78% or higher, it will charge at regular speed. Battery charging rate will start to slow down when the battery temperature reaches 44C or above. Once device cools down, charging rate will go back to normal for Turbo charging.

Moto Z uses TurboPower™ a Motorola technology which supports the standard for Type C USB. USB-C does not support QC charging, but TurboPower™ delivers high charging rates via USB-C.

Using the provided charger, Moto Z Droid can receive eight hours of charge in 15 minutes; Moto Z Droid Force can receive five hours charge in just five minutes.

You can use QC chargers with the Moto Z Droids but for optimal charging speed the Motorola supplied inbox charger will provide the fastest charging times.


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looking at charger specs its 5v 6A which would be 30watts
 
Keithngan162 Two things: Just two days ago I contacted Motorola support about my Moto G6 phone, and they were extremely helpful. In addition to this message thread, you should reach out to them: https://support.motorola.com/us/en/chat

The webpage below is a fantastic resource for chargers, but again you should contact Motorola and ask them. My Moto G6 supports QC 3.0 (Quick Charge) but I'm not sure if your Moto Z Play does or not.

https://www.powerbankguide.com/

FYI: This thread is in the wrong forum, but I'm sure one of the mods will move it into the appropriate forum by morning time.
 
he Motorola Turbo charger will charge the device at a faster rate when the device is below 78%. If the device is already at 78% or higher, it will charge at regular speed. Battery charging rate will start to slow down when the battery temperature reaches 44C or above. Once device cools down, charging rate will go back to normal for Turbo charging.

Moto Z uses TurboPower™ a Motorola technology which supports the standard for Type C USB. USB-C does not support QC charging, but TurboPower™ delivers high charging rates via USB-C.

Using the provided charger, Moto Z Droid can receive eight hours of charge in 15 minutes; Moto Z Droid Force can receive five hours charge in just five minutes.

You can use QC chargers with the Moto Z Droids but for optimal charging speed the Motorola supplied inbox charger will provide the fastest charging times.


from motorola

looking at charger specs its 5v 6A which would be 30watts
 
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