Microsoft removes some older phones from its online store

If you've looked at Microsoft's page for the phones it sells lately, you've probably noticed that some of the devices are getting a bit long in the tooth. And unless there's a sale going on, these handsets are sold for their original retail prices.

Today though, the company finally took down some listings. You'll no longer find devices like the Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, Note8, or the original Razer Phone on Microsoft's online retail outlet. The page now shows seven phones, three of which are the different variants of the Galaxy S10. There's also the ASUS ROG Phone, the Razer Phone 2, the Samsung Galaxy Note9and the Samsung Galaxy A6.

Today's news comes as no surprise, since the devices that are gone were long overdue for departure. There were Snapdragon 835-powered handsets that were being sold at flagship prices. Now, the selection is a bit more modern.

There aren't any deals on Android phones right now in the Microsoft Store, although they do show up frequently. The most inexpensive device sold is the Galaxy A6 for $359.99, while the Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy S10+ are the most expensive at $999.99.

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