There have been reports of a faint buzzing/hissing sound that plagues some Pixel 2 devices during a phone call.
Because of that, Google is releasing a fix in the coming weeks to eliminate it.
According to Android Police, one of Google’s community managers acknowledged the issue in a short post.
“We’re rolling out a software update in the coming weeks which eliminates a faint buzzing sound on some Pixel 2 devices when the phone is placed to your ear during a phone call,” the post said.
Some users received replacement handsets, but said the problem remained. Others described the noise as a hissing sound. The fix comes shortly after the company issued a software update to fix the faint NFC-related clicking sounds some users experienced last month.
Though the Pixel 2 launched with rave reviews, the first month of rollout has been troublesome for Google, with devices suffering from a variety of issues including poor sound recording quality, unresponsive spots on the XL’s touchscreen, and some display issues.