The Xperia 10 II is updated to Android 11 with a big improvement for your battery. The catalog of Sony mobiles available worldwide is not too extensive, but it does stand out for its unique designs. After updating its highest range, the Japanese company has begun to deploy the Android 11 update for its mid-range model from last year, the Xperia 10 II.
Not that this is an update that catches us by surprise, as just a few weeks ago we learned about Sony’s Android 11 update schedule, and the Xperia 10 II update was planned for the end of January. After updating the Xperia 5 II and having brought forward the update of models 1 and 5, the Xperia 10 II is the last of the phones to be updated.
Xperia 10 II users in Asia are finally starting to receive Android 11 on their phones, an update that should not take long to reach the rest of the world. It is an update whose version name is 51.1.A.0.485, weighs 994 MB, and includes the December 2020 security updates.
Sony has not detailed much about the version changes. But beyond all the improvements of Android 11 if it has included a great new feature to take care of the battery of this mobile. Once you receive the update, in the battery care settings you will have the option to limit the battery charge to 80 or 90%. With this setting, you will have less battery life during the day, but by not charging the battery completely, it will suffer less degradation.