Nokia X100 spotted operating on Android 11

Nokia X10
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It has been more than two and a half years since Nokia Mobile last tested the waters of the flagship segment. Many have been waiting for that one device, but all that they got are countless rumours. The Nokia 8.3 5G did come close, but it was a high-end midrange phone at its best.

So when @evleaks posted the list of the upcoming devices from HMD Global, the Nokia X100 was possibly the one that grabbed all of our attention. And maybe the Nokia G300 to some extent, but the X-series is supposed to be the flag bearer. Though we have heard quite a lot about the Nokia G50 and Nokia T20, there was hardly any information available about the other two anywhere.

Well, Nokia Mobile’s “Deadmau5,” the Nokia X100, recently made its first entry on the WhatIsMyBrowser website. Someone was possibly using the Chrome 93.0.4577.62 application on the Nokia X100, and the website was able to catch the user agent, which reveals that the phone operates on Android 11.

That’s all that can be parsed from the user agent about the device for now.

Even if the Nokia X100 does not turn out to be a flagship or the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView that people have been waiting to feast their eyes on, it might be one of the gadgets used by the 00 agents in the James Bond movie “No Time To Die.” Hopefully, more details about the Nokia X100 will emerge in the following days before the launch event.

Source: Nokia X100 user agent