Traditionally, with the release of each new smartphone, Google is faced with a large number of errors. Unfortunately, the new flagships Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are no exception.

Users have already complained about charging problems, a finicky fingerprint scanner, random calls to contacts, and screen flickering, and now there are complaints about the mobile network. Smartphones periodically lose signal, and disgruntled users say that this is not the case on old gadgets.

In some cases, the device may reconnect to the network after a few minutes, while others need to restart the phone to do this. The problem does not seem to be limited to any one market, but Pixel owners in the US, Canada, and other countries around the world face it.

Google has yet to acknowledge the problem, so it is not clear when it will be resolved. Some users were able to exchange a smartphone after contacting a service center, but on new devices the problem is not to be done anywhere. Others have been advised to perform a network reset on their Pixel, but that didn’t help in any way.

Also, some are helped by replacing the SIM-card with the operator and disabling the “Adaptive Connection” in the “Settings” menu.