The Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL have been completely removed from the Microsoft Store in Germany, indicating another move toward the sad death of the beloved brand started by Nokia a few years ago. Accessories for the phones are still listed, but they may soon be gone too.
The phones are still listed for sale in other countries for now, with some listed as "out of stock." However, this is the first time Microsoft removed the pages for the phones altogether.
There is no official information regarding the removal and no information about a possible comeback for these models. Judging by the availability of these models, other stores in other countries may soon follow suit.
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