Based on what the losses in electronics in the winter?

Good day, tell me.
Usually when the temperature increases, the resistance increases?
But why transistor it's the opposite, or rather, why, in cold temperature increases the voltage drop across them?
After all, when the battery is discharged, and the voltage drops, and even add increased winter losses in the transistors.
And as in this case, the electronics adapts the voltage is already low?
Voltage affects the speed of email. devices or this indicator is a non-volatile?

Here, for example, has a tablet, it works as it should, but the residual charge is less than 20-30% may be included, if you turn it off, but future work will modify to 5%.

Correct me please if I do something wrong.
June 14th 19 at 21:02
1 answer
June 14th 19 at 21:04
Solution
It is not in the transistors. If they are there to that effect - that is minuscule.

But only in the attribute of power.
In lithium batteries.

If you didn't have lithium batteries, and lithium BATTERIES are disposable - I assure you - you would be in minus 30 degrees Celsius would not have noticed.

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