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HTC 328w Shows Up-Dual Sim?

2.3By Athanasios Zarkadas March 26, 2012 01:56 PM

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HTC 328w Shows Up-Dual Sim?

HTC has surprised us with an unexpected smartphone release. Out of thin air came a HTC Android smartphone that can possibly be dual-sim. The HTC 328w, which showed up in China, has a HTC One X "mini me" look to it.

In a report from Unwired View the HTC 328w will come loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 1 GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 4 inch Super LCD WVGA display. It is also said that even though the specs do not fall in line with the HTC One X or S it will still have HTC Sense 4.0. My personal opinion is that it will have what they will call HTC Sense 4.0 but it will be more like HTC Sense 3.6, but you never know. I could be wrong.  Other specifications on the HTC 328w will be Bluetooth 3.0, Beats Audio, 5MP rear camera, , 4GB of internal memory, microSD card slot, and a 1,650 mAh battery.

There has not been any information on if they will be selling the HTC 328w in other markets but I am sure we will see them coming out of China. There has been pricing on the HTC 328w. The word is that it will cost you about 2,000 Chinese yuan or $316 or €240. Not a bad price if it is dual-sim.

So, the HTC 328w will not win any contest but it still looks great, is coming with the latest programing, and if it is dual-sim, we could see this being a great Android powered smartphone for someone that uses multiple services and would like to use just one smartphone. We will have to wait and see what it really can do when we get our hands on one. Keep checking back for more information.

There is one question... What happened to HTC putting out less this year?

Source: Unwired View

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By kauli01 September 01, 2012 08:52 PM

For years I've been looking for a decent Dual-SIM phone and out of nowhere this HTC T328w (Wind) appeared in China. Asking for a release date in Europe or Germany I got the typical nonsense response and so I decided to buy one thru a Chinese friend.

It came at the price mentioned in the article. The first impression is: It is made for the Chinese market. I then fired it up and ever since I'm very satisfied with the performance of the phone. Battery time is what you'd expect from a Dual-SIM phone, handling is HTC quality as you know it from other HTC smartphones. English language is available and the performance depends on the available network.

The only criticism I have relates to difficulties to access Google market places. It is almost impossible to download apps from Google and I assume it roots in the differences between Google and the Chinese authorities. Instead you end up time and again on baidu and I have not found out to get rid of it.

If you disregard the above HTC Wind is a very decent phone for the price and I hope it hits Europa's market soon so I can get some decent support.


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