Due to what it describes as “lackluster sales,” Koodo Mobile, one of Canada’s major carriers, has reportedly decided to stop selling the HTC One M9. Koodo was one of the smartphone’s first carriers when it was released in Canada this past April.
Although most reviews of the One M9 have been positive, HTC has had trouble selling it. Despite some improvements to the M8 model, most have said its camera is actually inferior to its predecessor. The main criticism of the device is that it is not different enough from other models to warrant a purchase. Other theories suggest HTC is simply having troubles with sales because companies like Samsung have stronger marketing budgets and a better reputation.
If you’re looking to buy an M9 from Koodo, representatives have suggested some stores may still have a few devices left in stock. However, the HTC One M9 is no longer listed with the company while older devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 are still available.