My question is on Android Smartwatches and the WearOS. I understand WearOS 3.0+ is based on Android 11. Technically any device above Android 10 should support raw GNSS measurements, as stated in the Android developer documentation (https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/sensors/gnss). While this statement might sounds pretty straightforward, I was interested to know if anyone had experience with this or could verify if such measurement are accessible on a recent watch, before I buy one myself for development purposes.

Also, by raw GPS/GNSS measurements I mean pseudoranges, phases, etc... as indicated in the link above. Latitude/longitude measurements are not sufficient for my purposes.

I have limited experience in Android development on Smartphones and no experience on Smartwatch, if there is better place where to ask this question please let me know.



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