Current-mode Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) has drawn many attentions due to its high operating speed, power and ground noise immunity, and etc. However, 2n - 1 comparators are required in traditional n-bit current-mode ADC design, leading to inevitable high power consumption and large chip area. In this work, we propose a low power and compact current mode Multi-Threshold Comparator (MTC) based on giant Spin Hall Effect (SHE). The two threshold currents of the proposed SHE-MTC are 200μA and 250μA with 1ns switching time, respectively. The proposed current-mode hybrid spin-CMOS flash ADC based on SHE-MTC reduces the number of comparators almost by half (2n-1), thus correspondingly reducing the required current mirror branches, total power consumption and chip area. Moreover, due to the non-volatility of SHE-MTC, the front-end analog circuits can be switched off when it is not required to further increase power efficiency. The device dynamics of SHE-MTC is simulated using a numerical device model based on Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (LLG) equation with Spin-Transfer Torque (STT) term and SHE term. The device-circuit co-simulation in SPICE (45nm CMOS technology) have shown that the average power dissipation of proposed ADC is 1.9mW, operating at 500MS/s with 1.2 V power supply. The INL and DNL are in the range of 0.23LSB and 0.32LSB, respectively.