Sony Xperia 5 II Android 11 update released in the U.S.
Sony started rolling out Android 11 for the Xperia 1 II back in December which made it the first device from the Japan-based Android vendor to get the new Android version.
Cut to now, the company has rolled out Android 11 to all eligible devices from its portfolio, however, the update is yet to go live in some regions.
Most recently, Sony began seeding Android 11 for the Xperia 1 II in the U.S. and it now seems that the company has started rolling out the update for the Xperia 5 II in the country as well.
This new package carries the software version 58.1.A.3.87 and is rolling out to users with the February 2021 security patch thrown in for good measure.
The update details were captured on the XperiCheck database and a Redditor has also confirmed receiving the same on their device in the U.S.
Just updated to A11 on T-Mobile in US. No access to a computer for that Xperia companion, should I immediately do a factory reset? (Source)
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get our hands on a screenshot of the update information page since it has only begun rolling out a few hours ago.
If you haven’t yet got the update on your Sony Xperia 5 II in the U.S., don’t fret, it may take a couple of hours or even days for the update to arrive on your unit.
Now that Sony has released Android 11 for the Xperia 5 II in the U.S., it’s likely that the update will go live in the remaining regions sooner rather than later.
Having said that, you can keep track of the release of Android 11 for Sony devices in all regions by checking out our dedicated tracker.
You could even head here to know the status of Android 11 for devices from various OEMs and carriers around the world.
NOTE: There are more such stories in our dedicated Sony section so be sure to go through it as well.
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