It's been just over two weeks since Microsoft removed half of all Windows phone listings from its online store, leaving only seven. Today though, two of the seven that were removed have reappeared, both of which are made by Acer.
The Acer Liquid M330 - which isn't actually in stock, despite only appearing on the site within the last few hours - sits on the low end of the Windows phone spectrum, with a Snapdragon 210 chipset, 1GB RAM, a 4.5-inch 480p display, and 8GB of storage. Assuming that it will be restocked, it will be $99.
The Liquid Jade Primo was a flagship handset in its day, sporting a Snapdragon 808 chipset, a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, 3GB RAM, 32GB of storage, and Continuum support. For $449, you get a bundle that includes the phone, a dock, a keyboard, and a mouse.
Unfortunately, the Liquid Jade Primo hasn't actually been supported in some time, as Acer confirmed back in January that the handset wouldn't even receive the Anniversary Update.
At the moment, the only other Windows phones in stock in the Microsoft Store are the Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10, HP Elite x3 Bundle, HP Elite x3 with Lap Dock Bundle, and the white Microsoft Lumia 950 XL.