Google Nexus 6P and Mavic Pro – How to FIx Brightness Malfunction

When Google teamed up with Huawei back in 2015 and created Nexus 6P, the Android parent had no idea that Nexus 6P is going to become one of the most prolific Android powered smartphones ever made. The perfect mix of high-end hardware and software updates makes Nexus 6P a consumer favorite. The smartphone’s popularity has gotten to the point that Google isn’t able to get rid of it. However, this doesn’t mean that Nexus 6P is perfect.

Mavic Pro Display Malfunction

Even though the powerful Android smartphone has been packed with high-end hardware parts, there are still some flaws in its design. For example, one of the most annoying issues that Nexus 6P owners have been complaining about is a display malfunction. For some unknown reason, whenever Nexus 6P gets connected to a Mavic Pro, the brightness settings are automatically set to maximum and they can’t be changed back.

Fortunately for Mavic Pro and Nexus 6P owners, there’s a simple way around this problem. All that Nexus 6P owners have to do in order to lower their brightness is to rotate the thumb wheels which can be found on the both sides of the Remote Controller.

Notable Hardware Specs

As we have already pointed out, Nexus 6P’s hardware specs are quite outstanding. The smartphone ships with a 5.7 inch display which uses AMOLED technology. The display is able of offering a high 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution and it has a pixel density of 518 ppi. The large display is what truly makes Nexus 6P perfect for Mavic Pro.

In terms of hardware power, Huawei has equipped Nexus 6P with Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 810 CPU. The processor runs at a speed of 2.0Ghz Cortex A57 and it has also been paired with an Adreno 430 graphics processing unit alongside 3GB RAM.

Google and Huawei have made sure that Nexus 6P is able of catering to more than one budget-ranges and that’s why Nexus 6P can be acquired in the 32GB, 64GB and 128GB on-board storage variants. Last but not least, the smartphone is fueled by a non-removable Li-Po 3,450 mAh battery.

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