Nokia 6.1 is one of the latest mid-range products made by HMD Global, a device that guarantees overall good quality and frequent official updates, thanks to the Android One operating system. But, the latest upgrade that brought with it the security patches related to the month of May, it seems to be creating several problems related to the WiFi connectivity.
The reports come directly from the official Nokia forum in which several owners complain about malfunctions to the integrated wireless module following the last update. According to reports, the smartphone cannot connect to any WiFi network, except in rare cases where the Nokia 6.1 is placed next to the router.
At the moment, the cause of the bug is unclear, as it only seems to affect some devices but not others. If a system update is required to fix it, then that’ll be trouble for users who can’t connect to Wi-Fi at all.
Please let us know in the comments if you own this device and if you have found any similar malfunction. In case you are interested in buying it, the device is available to buy through Amazon, priced at $269.99 for the unlocked 32GB variant.
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