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    Android Phones that are ANT+ compliant

    Does anyone know of a newer Android phone that is ANT+ compliant. I know some of the Sony's are.

    Am considering the Samsung's and HTC's as well.

    Any help will be appreciated.

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    i dont think any android phones from HTC or Samsung are the sony phones are cause of there foot pod thing that runners use in nike shoes..

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    The best choice out is the Sony xperia Active. Waterproof, shockproof, tiny (about the size of a garmin 800) and its packed with true phone features, and zips along. Works better than my galaxy, and i have gone so far as to post my Moto Razr droid for sale, as I dont feel the need to keep it around anymore.

    The active just also got an update to ICS 4.04.... My top end razr is still waiting on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewbell View Post
    Does anyone know of a newer Android phone that is ANT+ compliant. I know some of the Sony's are.

    Am considering the Samsung's and HTC's as well.

    Any help will be appreciated.
    There is one HTC phone (in addition to the various Sony Ericsson phones), per the list here:

    (Bah. Apparently I'm not allowed to post hyperlinks yet. So... the host is "thisisant.com" and the URL there is /pages/developer-zone/android-api )

    Also, not a phone (more of a widget), but Motorola's MOTOACTV apparently supports ANT+:

    (Bah again. On "motorolamotoactv.com" see /what-is-ant/ )

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    I just wrote about this in this thred: Using phone with ant+ connectivity as a bike computer.

    If you're on AT&T and to a lesser extent possibly sprint and t-mobile then there are quite a few Sony Experias to choose from. If you're on Verizon the only option is HTC Rhyme which is purple. My wife gave me a lot of grief for first getting riding shorts then getting a purple phone But it's either that for free or $250+ Garmin 500.

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    thanks for the responses.

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