The Sony Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 update to Android 11 in a stable way



The Sony Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 were among Sony's first high-end models to move away from the Z family. They arrived in 2019, hand in hand with Android Pie, the ninth version of Android. Sony wanted to have a good start to the year, and is starting to update these two devices to Android 11.



Along with the update December 2020 security patch is coming, in a update stable, which is reaching both phones at the same time. As always, the update will be gradual, so its distribution will gradually arrive.







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Android 11 stable for Sony Xperia 1 and 5



Sony's Xperia 1 and 5 They are the high-end of 2019, models similar to the ones we saw this year, but which were released with Android 9. After updating to Android 10, the update to Android 11 is already underway, excellent news for owners of these smartphones.



The update weighs just under 1 GB and comes hand in hand with Android 11 and the December security patch



The update arrives with a size of about 1 GB, under the version number 55.2.A.0.630. Along with this update comes the security patch of December 1, so they are updated on security measures. The Japanese company has yet to release the changelog, but Android 11 for Sony includes, among others, major improvements in camera functions, so that the Xperia 1 and 5 receive modes from the 2020 models.







Android 11 is now official: these are its news and the devices that can already be updated





As always, you can check if the update has arrived from the system settings, in the updates section. The OTA is progressive, so if it hasn't reached you yet, all you have to do is wait a few days for the update rollout to finish and reach all phones.



Via | XDA Developers