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    Answered by Raju Venkatesan | 1 years ago
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    Yes, Gionee F103 supports OTG.

    Specs: Gionee F103
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    Answered by The Marker | 2 years ago
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    Galaxy j7....if you have a budget...buy j7 prime
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    Answered by Ajeet Mistry | 2 years ago
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    Coolpad Note 3 Plus is  a better option It has a vibrant display, long battery backup and a fingerprint sensor for added security, makes it a great deal.Coolpad Note 3 Plus vs Gionee F103 Pro
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    Answered by Narayana Joshi | 2 years ago
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    Both the devices have their pros and cons but definitely F 103 pro should be better, it has the following advantages:
    • Gionee F103 pro has better RAM. It has 3 Gb RAM compared to !GB RAM of Moto C.
    • It has better camera than Moto C. It has 13MMP Primary and 5MP  front.
    • Gionee F 103 pro has better expandable memory. It has expandable memory upto 128GB.
    • It has better display with (720 x 1280 pixels) screen resolution.
    Verdict: Hence looking at the above advantages it is clear that Gionee F 103pro is indeed a better device than Moto C, though Moto C is available at Rs 5550 while Gionee F 103Pro is available at Rs 8299 but Gionee F 103 pro has better specificationsa nd performance.

    you can also compare your devices at 91mobiles link: Moto C vs Gionee F 103 pro

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    Answered by Ramya Saxena | 1 years ago
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    It depends on the condition of your phone. You can check the resale value of your on atterobay.

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    Answered by testinguser | 1 years ago
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    Lithium polymer cells have evolved from lithium-ion and lithium-metal batteries. The primary difference is that instead of using a liquid lithium-salt electrolyte (such as LiPF6) held in an organic solvent (such as EC/DMC/DEC), the battery uses a solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) such as poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO), poly(acrylonitrile) (PAN), poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) or poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVdF).

    The solid electrolyte can be typically classified as one of three types: dry SPE, gelled SPE and porous SPE. The dry SPE was the first used in prototype batteries, around 1978 by Michel Armand, Domain University,[2][3] and 1985 by ANVAR and Elf Aquitaine of France, and Hydro Quebec of Canada.[4] From 1990 several organisations like Mead and Valence in the United States and GS Yuasa in Japan developed batteries using gelled SPEs.[4] In 1996, Bellcore in the United States announced a rechargeable lithium polymer cell using porous SPE.[4]

    A typical cell has four main components: positive electrode, negative electrode, separator and electrolyte. The separator itself may be a polymer, such as a microporous film of polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP); thus, even when the cell has a liquid electrolyte, it will still contain a "polymer" component. In addition to this, the positive electrode can be further decomposed in three parts: the lithium-transition-metal-oxide (such as LiCoO2 or LiMn2O4), a conductive additive, and a polymer binder of poly(vinylidene fluoride)(PVdF).[5][6] The negative electrode material may have the same three parts, only with carbon replacing the lithium-metal-oxide.[5][6]


    Please refer Here for More Info- Li-Polymer

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  • Question about: Gionee F103 Pro

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    Answered by Anurag Dutta | 2 years ago
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    Yes, Gionee F103 pro supports OTG. Gionee F103 pro
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    Answered by Nikita Rao | 2 years ago
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    Yes, MTS SIM is supported.
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    Answered by Aaditya Rangarajan | 2 years ago
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    Gionee Steel 2 is better than Gionee F103 Pro as it Supports HD Video Recording, HD Videos are of higher quality and they look great on the big TV screen. It has Around 66% more Battery Capacity than Gionee F103 Pro. With more battery size, device's battery can generally last more time, though it depends on various other factors too. 
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    Answered by Shivangi Mittal | 2 years ago
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    It might get nougat update. But, there is no announcement about it. 
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