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arpcath
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Moto Z Play: Is my USA phone able to be charged up overseas?

We're flying to Israel soon and I was if my Moto Z Play can be charged up (using the Israeli plug adapter)?  I'm not going to make any calls, just want to be able to read my kindle books...

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Re: Moto Z Play: Is my USA phone able to be charged up overseas?


@arpcath wrote:

We're flying to Israel soon and I was if my Moto Z Play can be charged up (using the Israeli plug adapter)?  I'm not going to make any calls, just want to be able to read my kindle books...


Read the input voltage on charger.  Many are 220-240 (eu) or 110-115 usa - it will say both.  If it supports both you only need a plug adapter.  


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KarlBeckman
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Re: Moto Z Play: Is my USA phone able to be charged up overseas?

Your Motorola-provided Turbo charger is dual voltage 120-240 capable.   Most hotel rooms in Israel have one US standard 120V outlet for electronics or a shaver.  In European airports you may need an adaptor from round pins to blades. 

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