By Danic Filip March 26, 2012 4 13 2 7 This is a huge surprise and a refreshing story for fans of HTC smartphones. An unannounced HTC phone was recently revealed in China, and reports suggest that it is a dual SIM phone which is quite unusual for HTC’s latest and greatest. To make matters more enticing, it appears to be very similar to HTC’s One S, as well. It is certainly an interesting choice for dual SIM-aholics, but what else does it have to offer?Advertisement The HTC T328w Wind looks a lot like the HTC One S, only a bit smaller since it features a 4 inch display (Super LCD WVGA ) which is quite nice. It is also running the great Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and comes with Sense 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. On the back there is a disappointing 5 MP camera and it doesn’t look like they will be upgrading this before the release. Bases on its specs it is very similar to the HTC One V. UnwiredView The phone will feature a 1GHz single-core processor with 512MB of RAM. As for the storage space, there will be 4GB of internal memory with a MicroSD card support. The HTC T328w will sport a 1,650 mAh battery and there is no information on how long its standby time can last. What we do know is that the phone will be on sale first in China under the name HTC Wind, and we aren’t sure if it will be available in other countries. The price should be around 2,000 Chinese yuan, which is about $316. A penny for your thoughts? Would you be interested if this phone was on sale near you? Expecting to see dual SIM devices out West anytime soon? 4 13 2 previous postQuick review: Swerve and Destroy, a beautifully simple gamenext postIs Nokia’s $99 Lumia 900 a threat to Android?