In theory, yes, since the driver is compatible with Linux kernel from 4.4.1 up to 4.19.
Has it been tested? Not yet.
Linux applications use
Android uses different applications for AP/STATION management, therefore testing would be required to make sure there is no unexpected behavior in an Android application.
The WF200 Linux driver (available at https://github.com/SiliconLabs/wfx-linux-driver) is API compliant with all kernel versions from 4.4.1 up to 4.19.
NB: The goal is to have the wfx-linux-driver added to the mainstream Linux kernel in the future.
Files used by WF200 under Linux on Raspberry Pi (Debian)
Driver & Firmware: https://github.com/SiliconLabs/wfx-fullMAC-driver