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Two more Lumia configurations have been removed from the Microsoft Store

It would seem that Microsoft is finally done selling its Lumia line of handsets, as its begun removing different listings from its online Store. The Lumia 650 and 735 were taken down earlier this week, and the AT&T-locked Lumia 640 XL was removed yesterday.

This had left just the Lumia 550, unlocked 640 XL, unlocked 950, AT&T-locked 950, and 950 XL as the only Microsoft-branded Windows phones in the company's store. Out of those, just the white version of the AT&T 950 was in stock.

Today, two configurations are not just out of stock, but have been completely removed from the store. White is now the only option listed for an AT&T-locked Lumia 950, and now the 950 XL only comes in black. Their prices are $298.99 and $499, respectively, but as mentioned above, only the Lumia 950 is available right now.

Of course, there are always other places that you can buy these devices; for example, both colors of the AT&T Lumia 950 are available from the carrier for the same price. There are also any number of third-party retailers that carry these devices.

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