It would seem that it's finally time for the Lumia line of Windows phones to go away. We knew last February that the 650 would be the final Lumia, but now, supplies of existing handsets are finally beginning to dry up.
Back in mid-December, the UK Microsoft Store sold out of its stock of Lumias, and the company has recently begun removing listings on its US Store. At first, the Lumia 650 and 735 were taken down, and the next day, the AT&T-locked Lumia 640 XL was gone.
Now, the Lumia 950 is sold out in all of its variants from AT&T's website. The good news is that if you really want one, the white model is still in stock at the Microsoft Store for $298.99. Sadly, that's your only option without going through third-party channels, as the unlocked Lumia 950 and 950 XL have been out of stock for some time now.
The AT&T-owned Cricket Wireless also removed its listing for the Lumia 650 recently, although for some reason, the carrier is still selling the nearly two-year-old Lumia 640, and the Lumia 635 - now almost three years old. In fact, the only US carriers that are continuing to sell Microsoft's Windows phones are Cricket and Verizon Wireless, which is still offering the Lumia 735.