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Microsoft is taking off its Lumia 950 XL flagship off stores in UK

07 February 2017 0

After a series of selling out and restocking, Microsoft has finally decided to take the Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL off of stores entirely. In a drastic move following last week's removal of the Lumia 950, the 950 XL has also been taken taken off all stores in the U.K now.

Last November, there was a sale on the flagship phone, giving it away for just $299. The deal also included a Desktop Dock that made use of the Continuum feature on the phone.

In Microsoft's increasing drive to completely phase out Windows Mobile devices, the 950 XL has been completely taken off all the stores in the U.K. That leaves only two Lumia devices available in the market right now: the Lumia 650 and 640 XL. Both of these are currently out of stock as well.

There is only one Windows phone actually available to purchase from Microsoft's UK Store: the flagship-class HP Elite x3, which is priced at £706.80, including the Desk Dock accessory.

Meanwhile, over in the United States, the Microsoft Store seems to be dealing with severe stock management issues, as its handsets keep going out of stock, and then suddenly being replenished, every few days.

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Microsoft is taking off its Lumia 950 XL flagship off stores in UK
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