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There is no "issue".
The Dell XPS 13 9360 ships with a design feature called "content-adaptive brightness control" (CABC). This feature will change the brightness of the screen depending on the content that is rendered on the screen.
A number of customers do not like this design feature (me included, by the way). As a result, Dell have made available a tool which allows turning off / turning on of CABC ( www.dell.com/.../DriversDetails ). This tool is _only_ available for systems with the QHD display, as, apparently, the tool reconfigures the screen panel firmware.
For the record: personally, I am very happy with CABC turned off on my QHD display. I am also very happy that there is no dynamic brightness control (reacting to environment brightness) is implemented either.
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