Cursor location on Wear OS watches
On a phone, the current location cursor is about 3/4 of the way down the screen, so you can see well ahead. On a Wear OS watch, such as the Galaxy watches, the map cursor is central. Given the small screen size of a watch, I think it would be helpful if the cursor was in the lower part of the screen like it is on phones, so you can "see" further ahead. What is coming up is much more important than where you have already been.