Sony Xperia X2

Mobile World Congress is in full-swing over in Barcelona. We’re not expecting big news on the Windows Phone front. Instead we’ll get smaller announcements. The big announcements for new smartphones are coming from the likes of Samsung and Sony. Devices that are running Android. Even though they’re running an OS most of you wouldn’t touch with a ten foot stick, they are compelling hardware. Which of the newly announced phones running Android would you take if they had Windows Phone instead?

Our brothers over at Android Central have been pretty busy so far at MWC. There are probably going to be a billion new Android phones announced this week at MWC, but so far there are already five smartphones that stand out. They are:

Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5

Xperia Z2

Sony Xperia Z2

Liquid E3

Acer Liquid E3

MediaPad X1

Huawei MediaPad X1

G Pro 2

LG G Pro 2

While most of us are quite content with Nokia’s hardware here on Windows Phone, choice is always good. Most other smartphone OEMs are busy putting their best efforts into devices running Android. Click the links above and check out those five new smartphones. They’re all impressive in their own rights, whether it’s waterproofing in the Xperia Z2 or a fingerprint scanner in the Galaxy S5.

Once you’ve checked out those new Android phones try imaging them running Windows Phone. Now pick which one you’d want if it had Windows Phone on it. Be sure to comment why you chose what you did below!

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