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Gionee F103 Specifications

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  • GSM: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • 3G: HSDPA 900 /1900/ 2100
  • 4G:
  • SIM Type: Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, Dual standby)
  • OS: Android 5.0 Lollipop


  • Dimensions: 146 x 70.3 x 7.95 mm
  • Weight: 140.3 g
  • Display: 5-inch, 720 x 1280 pixels (294 PPI), IPS LCD Capacitive touchscreen
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity


  • Processor Type: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53
  • Processor Name: Mediatek MT6735
  • Graphics Processor: Mali-T720
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB
  • External Storage: microSD, up to 32 GB


  • Rear: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
  • Video recording: Yes, 1080p@30fps
  • Front-facing: 5 MP


  • Music Support: AAC, AMR, MP2, MP3, M4A, MKA,
  • Loudspeaker: Yes
  • Video Support: MP4/MPEG4/H.263/H.264 player
  • FM Radio: Yes


  • Bluetooth: v4.0
  • WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot
  • GPS: Yes
  • USB: microUSB v2.0


  • Availability: October 2015
  • Battery: 2400 mAh
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  1. Nice One. Price in home Country India is at Rs.9999 which is equivalent to #30,000 NGN when available in Nigeria perhaps. The 4G is LTE in addition to the specs.

  2. besides LTE (which may or may not be present) which isn’t a big deal in these parts there’s nothing spectacular about this device, for that price it delivers less bang for buck than most offerings from the small Chinese OEMs that rule the roost here

  3. Seems rather too tall for a 5incher at 146mm,those uper and lower bezels..for the price specs offers nothing special..
    Seriously are the phones intended for Naija market allergic to FHD screens?

  4. But seriously, im so tired of seeing everything being released these days being android. Its getting so damn boring already.

    All are within the 4.7″ and 5.5″ max size and all android this, android that. same ram, same 13mp camera and all. This one is even low at 8mp.

    Come tomorrow, another 10 different manufacturers will announce devices that will be released in October to flood the already saturated market again. These guys will keep laying off staff if they continue like this mehn.

    Where’s the distinguishing OS or brand asides apple and BlackBerry? Now blackberry has decided to join the android league again.

  5. for the price points, FHD screens are a luxury and are therefore the exception rather than the rule. not like we don’t see devices with FHD displays, they’re just in a different price tier. plus are these phones really made with the Nigerian market in mind?

  6. numbers don’t lie, almost all OEMs push Android, therefore almost all OEM releases will be Android devices. it’s like complaining that most laptops run Windows, it is what it is. there are alternatives, market/mind share shouldn’t matter this much
    as for the sameness of devices, it’s caused by standardization which is a side effect of commoditization. basically in a saturated market with relatively small margins, most manufacturers outsource some or most of their components, think Qualcomm, MediaTek & Intel for SoCs. there are usually only a few of these companies and their inventory is regulated by market feedback. if most of the devices you see have 4.7 – 5.5″ screen it’s because that’s what the feedback that went back up the supply chain suggested. manufacturers will almost always play to the numbers
    plus if you’re looking for novelty/excitement you should look elsewhere, the budget tier isn’t the land of innovation. new ideas and hardware are usually introduced in the premium/flagship tier and then trickle down (costs permitting). think of any innovation or novel addition to the smartphone space and odds are it was introduced via the premium/flagship tier, think fingerprint scanners, LTE, Iarge(r) screens, touch force displays, IP 57/58 certification etc

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