There are two possibilities:
• The pistol's feed ramp is rough, and needs to be smoothed out, or
• The magazine's feed lips are a little out of spec, and they aren't "aiming" the cartridge properly.
Of the two, with a new pistol it's more likely that the feed ramp needs "breaking in." But you can test this, if you own a spare magazine or two.
(What? You don't own a couple of spare magazines? What were you thinking? Run right out and buy at least two. I'll wait.)
Try shooting with one or more other magazines. If the same thing happens with all (both?) other magazines, it's the feed ramp. If it happens with only one magazine, it's that magazine, so discard it.
Most pistols (well, their feed ramps anyway) need a break-in of perhaps 500 rounds. That's good, because you need the practice.
Or, you can polish the feed ramp and, while you're at it, the chamber too.
The polish job requires neither the factory nor a gunsmith, and it takes about an hour to do. No special tools are necessary.
If you want to do a polish job, which is not a bad idea anyway, send me a PM, and I'll send you the instructions.