Microsoft Surface Phone Release Still Uncertain: Lumia Devices Continue Getting Restocked

Microsoft fans may have heard about the Surface Phone tens or hundreds of times last year. However, despite the undeniable hype it received, the company is still keeping mum on the matter. Apparently, Microsoft hasn't even mentioned the Surface Phone in any of its formal events. So right now, there really is no good way to know whether or not the phone exists. The thing about it is that Microsoft isn't even debunking the existence of the Surface Phone, and this adds confusion to the matter.

What makes things even more confusing is that the Lumia handsets keep getting restocked, and this is a total opposite of rumors from last year saying that Lumia will be canceled very soon. Sure, Microsoft may just be finishing up its remaining Lumia stocks. But until an official word is sent out, nothing is confirmed just yet.

Lumia Smartphones Restocked This 2017

Lumia phones may have become scarce for some time in the recent weeks. However, a new report from Neowin says that the Lumia 950 and 950 XL are back in stock in unlocked versions. The Lumia 950 is sold for $399 while the Lumia 950 XL is sold for $499, ONMSFT.

This isn't exactly the first time that Microsoft has restocked its Lumia line. Just a few weeks ago, there were also non-flagship Lumia phones found in stock. Needless to say, this makes fans even more confused as to whether or not Lumia is getting canceled and whether or not the Surface Phone will enter the market.

Microsoft Surface Phone Status

It's worth noting that the above-mentioned Lumia availability is only in the US. In the UK, the Lumia brand remains out of stock. This actually supports the idea that Microsoft may just be getting rid of all of its remaining Lumia stocks and that the Surface Phone may indeed be all done and waiting for its grand entrance. Nevertheless, until Microsoft actually announces the new smartphone, their followers have no choice but to live with the vague information and unconfirmed rumors.

 

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