Yes, there were a few Windows Phones (mostly at the Nokia booth) and even fewer sightings of Mozilla OS (please someone explain why they are doing this). But Android owned the show.
EVERY handset maker who displayed their wares had an Android phone (with the exception of Nokia of course). And NFC was amongst the most discussed topics at the show (sometimes because the NFC badges had trouble scanning), and is a fundamental element of Google Wallet’s strategy.
Qualcomm and Intel hawked processors for Android handsets.
If you dropped in from Mars and wanted to understand the state of mobile telecom on Earth, you might not even realize that Apple made phones or tablets
YET….when you went to the AppWorld in Hall 8.1 almost every booth was highlighting apps running on the iPhone.