After the Xperia 1 II, Sony is now releasing the Android 11 update to the Xperia 1 and Xperia 5. The new software update is already rolling out in Russia and South East Asia. The software version is 55.2.A.0.630 for both devices and size is around 912MB (via XperiaBlog).
[DECEMBER 14, 2021]
Sony has already confirmed the Android 11 roadmap for its smartphones, the company has now started rolling out the stable Android 11 OS update for the Sony Xperia 1 II.
It comes with a number of new improvements including Chat bubbles, a native screen recorder, audio selection, power menu smart controls, enhanced privacy controls, and more.
The update is rolling out in Taiwan (model XQ-AT52) but should soon be available in other regions. Unfortunately, it doesn’t include an option to enable the 120Hz display option. It also adds the November 2020 security patch.
The software version of this update is 58.1.A.0.921 and the size of this update is 935MB. You can check the complete changelog below (via Xperia Blog)
Xperia 1 II (Mark 2)
New update: 58.1.A.0.921 (Security patch: 1 November 2020)
Old update: 58.0.A.3.224 (Security patch: 1 November 2020)
Xperia 1 II Android 11 new features
Cinema Pro app adds support for 4K HDR 120fps slow motion video recording (previously 4K HDR 60fps)
Photo Pro app adds new MR mode to set/save frequently used options
5G+4G dual SIM dual-standby capability (previously 4G+4G dual-standby)
BatteryCare now provides custom options for 80% and 90%.
Screen recording added to notification bar
Long press power button brings smart home control
Wi-Fi and hotspot can be turned on at same time
Modem (baseband version) updated