Despite the Mobile World Congress was definitely dominated by Android. Most of the 15 or so smartphones that were announced in Barcelona, Spain, sported either 2.2 Froyo or 2.3 Gingerbread, which is music to our ears. Here's a list of all of the smartphones that were announced at Mobile World Congress 2011.at the start of the show, this year's
: Yes, it's 3D on a phone! Though we're not sure if it's for everyone, it's certainly an impressive leap in the mobile space.
: Samsung continues its Galaxy S series with the superfast and shiny Samsung Galaxy S II.
: Sure we had our misgivings about , but the Xperia Play does look like a decent phone. But that people might be expecting? We'll see.
: Sony Ericsson released other smartphones too, like the Neo with the 3.7-inch touch screen.
: This is the Neo with a slide-out keyboard.
: ZTE releases its first "jumbo phone" with a 4.3-inch display, but it only has an 800MHz processor and a 5-megapixel camera.
: ZTE also announced a couple of other Android phones. The Amigo has a slide-out keyboard and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
: The ZTE Blade does not have a keyboard, but just a 3.5-inch touch screen. It does run Android 2.1, but ZTE promises it is upgradable to 2.2.
: Huawei gets in on the Android action, too, with the Ideos X3, which promises to run on 2.3 Gingerbread.
: The HTC Incredible S gets an update with the HTC Sense interface. It also has an 8-megapixel camera on the back plus a front-facing camera.
: The Wildfire S gets HTC Sense too, though it only has a 5-megapixel camera.
: You guessed it, the HTC Desire S gets the Sense UI as well. It has a body similar to the HTC Legend and has a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor.
: One of two "Facebook phones" that were announced in Barcelona. The ChaCha has a full QWERTY keyboard.
: The HTC Salsa is the other so-called Facebook phone, but it has no keyboard. It does have a 3.4-inch touch screen.
: At 4.8 inches, the Iconia Smart is almost a tablet.