DJI Mavic is one of the most popular products from DJI. It has thousands of satisfied users all over the world, from professional photographers to amateur drone fliers. The Mavic is a comprehensively advanced drone with an excellent control combined with top-class camera technology.

Even though smartphones are more commonly used as screens for remote controllers, the tablet phones are swiftly becoming more popular due to the significantly better picture quality and a wider view of the surrounding terrain. It also helps to take the perfect shot when you have a wider screen to set the shot.

Our experts used and reviewed some of the best tablets for DJI Mavic:

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

The Samsung Galaxy S2 is undoubtedly the top selling tablet phones from the mobile phone giant, Samsung. The Korean company has also eventually made it best to be used with a DJI Mavic drone.

The Samsung Tab S2 has a resolution of 2048 x 1536 which provides sharp FPV display. The S2 tablet has a wider screen with an advanced and high-quality display, which allows for larger FPV image. Apart from this, the user can still look at OSD information, including RC controls and the battery charge left.


iPad Mini 2

The small but mighty offering from Apple is also one of the best-suited tablet phones for the DJI Mavic. It is 7.9 inches, with the same resolution (2048 x 1536) as the Samsung Tab S2. However, it is significantly lightweight (0.73 lbs) which makes it efficient for flying the drone for a longer time period without tiring.


Best App for use with DJI Mavic

Litchi

Litchi is one of the best apps for use with DJI Mavic. It has advanced hands-free tracking options such as Track mode and the Follow or Orbit modes. The Focus mode allows better control over the horizontal movement of the drone gimbal and the yaw axis which gives cinematic shots.


Airmap

Airmap is another top app for DJI Mavic drone. It helps to plan the potential flight location and also helps to keep a precise log of the complete flight. The app is backed by some heavy players in technology, including Microsoft and Qualcomm.


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  1. DAMIAN ANTHONY

    I’ve been using Galaxy Tab S2 for quite a while. But lately after firmware update it it’s having problem to detect the apps.

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