The Nexus 6 is a big phone with a big 3200mAh battery. Fortunately, it comes with a Motorola Turbo Charger that can breathe hours of life back into the phone in minutes. The thing is, Ausdroid has reported that folks in Australia are finding that their handsets aren't coming with the speedy charger in the box. Instead, there's a weaker charger in its place. What gives?

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The issue results from electrical standards in Australia, which the version of the Turbo Charger designed for the global market doesn't meet. While Motorola works this out, customers are receiving redemption offers to get their Turbo Charger once everything is good to go. This is true for retail units, and it applies to those bought from the Play Store as well.

Motorola plans to start sending Australia-friendly Turbo Chargers out in the middle of the first quarter of 2015. Until then, people will just have to patient. No, I'm not referring to waiting for the redeemed units to ship out—I mean waiting on the phone to fully charge in the meantime. With the provided 850mA charger, it's going to take a while.

Source: Ausdroid