I am playing this example from NordicSemi here:

In this example, there is a test regarding key derivation as:

static void uc_key_derivation(void)
    optiga_lib_status_t optiga_lib_status;
    uint8_t  info[100] = { 0 };
    uint16_t info_len  = 100;
    uint16_t oid               = 0xF1D0;
    uint8_t  shared_secret[64] = { 0 };

    // Check if key derivation is supported (OPTIGA Trust X after version 1.20.1048)
    optiga_lib_status = optiga_util_read_data(0xE0C2, 0, info, &info_len);

    if (info[25] == 0x10 && info[26] == 0x48) // !!!! THIS CONDITION RETURNS TRUE
        NRF_LOG_INFO("Key derivation not supported!\r\n");
As I understand, it checks the fw version of the OptigaX for if key derivation is supported or not. According to the reply of the TrustX device, the function returns with 'Key derivation not supported!' message.
The thing is that, in the datasheet (revision 2.6), it clearly says OptigaX supports key derivation in the first page.
Crypto ToolBox with ECC NIST P256, P384, SHA-256 (sign, verify, key generation, ECDH, key derivation)

I appreciate if anybody has any suggestion with that, if this is the case or not, and how to use key derivation with optigaX.

Best regards,