It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S6 has reached the end of its line. According to MobileSyrup, the device is now marked as end-of-life (EOL) stock over at Bell as well as its sub-brand, Virgin Mobile.
For those unaware, the EOL label is used when there is no additional stock of the device incoming and the company’s aim of clearing out the left-overs.
The reports states that in order to make way for more devices slated to arrive to Bell and Virgin, some devices will have to receive the ax. The Galaxy S6 is being terminated to make way for the 2017 Samsung Galaxy A5.
Aside that, it’s also said that the Galaxy S5 Neo doesn’t have a longer shelf-life and added that the white version of the Galaxy S6 has been discontinued.
Well, this sure is a perfect time for those looking for a great deal, especially those who were previously keen on the Galaxy S6 but were turned off by its price tag.