One of the first premium-flagship smartphones of 2021 is the Sony Xperia Pro. The smartphone was released in January with Android 10, at a time when Sony is working on pushing the Android 11 update to its previously announced smartphones.
The wait is over for Xperia Pro customers in the United States, as Sony has begun rolling out Android 11 to the Xperia Pro 5G. The update is expected to provide a slew of new features and enhancements. You can find all you need to know about the Sony Xperia Pro Android 11 Update right here.
Sony has released a new update for the Xperia Pro, with the software version number 58.1.A.5.222. The most recent update is around 957MB in size. The latest build is now seeding in the United States. In the following days, we may expect it to be available in more locations.
A handful of customers using the Xperia Pro 5G in the United States have reported receiving the update. Yes, a reddit member (@DantesVictus) in the United States received the Android 11 upgrade, and @bgdaddyo confirms the rollout.
When it comes to modifications, customers will notice no significant differences save for the Android 11 version under Settings. However, we may anticipate Chat Bubbles, a revamped power menu, a modification to the Notification panel and volume controls, increased performance, and a few more things. Yes, it has all of the core features of Android 11 as well as some improvements.
Android 11 Update for Sony Xperia Pro
Sony Xperia Pro customers may now update to Android 11 on their devices. It is now in a rolling phase and will be available to the general public in the next few days. If you haven’t gotten an OTA notice on your Sony Xperia Pro 5G,
then I recommend you check the updates manually in the system settings. To manually check for updates simply go to Settings on your Xperia Pro 5G. And then go to System > Software Update. It will show the available update that you can download and install on your phone.
Hopefully, the firmware will be accessible on the company’s server shortly as well. It implies that even if your phone does not receive the OTA update, you may manually upgrade it. To begin, download the Android 11 firmware for your Xperia mobile. You may then manually flash your phone. If you choose to do so, I recommend making a backup before starting the procedure. That is all there is to it.