One month after the Nexus 9 was pulled from the Google Store, HTC has confirmed that the tablet is indeed being discontinued.
HTC has revealed to CNET that it’s no longer manufacturing the Nexus 9. Most models are still available for purchase from HTC’s website, though, including the 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi models and the 32GB LTE version. The Nexus 9 was pulled from Google’s online shop at the end of April.
HTC does note that it’s not ending production of the Nexus 9 due to demand woes. Instead, HTC says that it simply finished its manufacturing run of the device.
The Nexus 9 never seemed to gain as much traction with consumers as its Nexus 7 predecessors, and it was also criticized for being slow to receive updates early on in its life. The N9 will receive an update to Android N when it’s released later this year, though, so current owners don’t have to worry about their device being left behind because HTC has stopped production.