With a wide range of smartphones already available and numbers of highly anticipated devices under big names, future of relatively older devices faces early dawn. There are new devices attaining End of Life status, at Telus network.
For those not familiar with the term End of Life status means any devices having reached their respective end of lives; get eventually phased out. The news about the devices listed in the title getting this status spreads following a document, internally circulated at Telus.
The document reveals that Telus is declaring Nexus 6P to have reached its ‘end of life’ and the document purportedly ensured the device will thus get phased out. Nokia 6P is not the only big smartphone attaining the end of life status; three other big names have already received likewise fate and they are Blackberry Priv, Nexus 6P and Nexus 6.
This sounds really strange to see hardly months-old entrants retiring so soon but the fact is that every now and then, a new smartphone replaces the existing models and the older one are thus terminated by the newer brands. Taking their turn, now Telus has decided to end support for above noted devices.
The Canadian carrier considered these major smartphones alongside Blackberry Leap that was released just in May 2016. As far that Nexus 6P, considering it old enough to retire is a bit strange; this device is also just one and half-year-old.
Now it is pretty clear that these particular devices will be on sale until Telus is totally out of stock; once the stock is out, the phones will automatically reach the status ‘End of Life’ at least, from the Canadian carrier.