If you want to get your hands on one of Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile Lumia handsets, the U.S. Microsoft Store is ready for your order once again. After a short period of being out of stock, the unlocked Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 550 are now back in stock and available for purchase once again at the U.S. Microsoft Store.
Each handset was previously listed as out of stock following word that Microsoft was winding down Lumia production at the end of 2016. This prompted some to speculate that stock had been sold out with no plans of replenishing, but it looks like Microsoft has more on hand to get rid of. That wind-down is likely still occurring, as both the Lumia 650 and 735 were removed from the Microsoft Store just last week, and Lumias remain sold out in the UK store.
In any case, if you're interested in picking up a Lumia 550, 950 or 950 XL at the Microsoft Store, you may want to act quickly before they're sold out for good.
- See Lumia 550 at the Microsoft Store
- See Lumia 950 at the Microsoft Store
- See Lumia 950 XL at the Microsoft Store
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