This year has successfully marked a change in the way that Google does its own things and as well, has set the roadmap for other Google devices to come given that we saw the ditching of the Nexus platform and have started to embrace what is called the Pixels, a line-up that already has two devices to its name and is being boasted to be made by Google. Since the devices have been launched in the market, it has all been rosy for the users and there has been no main issue being reported asides from that of the halo effect that the camera tends to give even when it is not in a high light environment. However, it seems that there is another issue being faced on the Pixel and although not being a major one, Google has acknowledged the existence of the issue.
Even if the software and search engine giant are yet to state a cause for this problem, a small number of users have been complaining that their devices are finding it very hard to hold a 4G LTE connection and most of these reports come from the south American markets. For now, what the users of these affected units are waiting for is a software update that would address and fix this issues so that they can keep enjoying the major speed they were used to on their 4G networks.