I'm trying to gather information regarding ANT+ hardware support in Android phones. Basically, what Android phones have ANT wireless hardware?
ANT and ANT+ (http://thisisant.com/) as wireless protocols are quite promising, especially with potential open-source support for ANT+ ready-made fitness devices (see http://www.thisisant.com/news/stories/ant-enabled-live-google-data-feed).
For now, only Sony Ericsson has officially stated they have it in X10 mini pro, X10 mini, X8, and upcoming Xperia Arc (and AFAIK "plain" X10 is not included) - http://blogs.sonyericsson.com/developerworld/2011/01/06/use-your-sony-ericsson-phone-with-ant-enabled-health-and-fitness-products/. Also, it is known that Texas Instruments WiLink 6 and WiLink 7 module support ANT as well (some sources state Motorola Droid and Motorola Droid X have it, and therefore interesting too).
Sony Ericsson support seems to make its way to users, here the list of phones regarding Android ANT+ API (http://www.thisisant.com/pages/developer-zone/android-api). Still waiting for any official or unofficial support for non-Sony Ericson phones.
List of supported phones from the directory of mobile phones and devices - http://www.thisisant.com/directory/
ANT+ enabled phones: Any device with a USB Host feature and a connected ANT USB stick.
Any other? Please, share if you find others!