If both frequencies show the “U” flag next to them, the location coming from the Android Location API has been computed using these signals. And most apps use location data from this API. As to whether it produces a more accurate location, that’s still generally up for debate. See https://medium.com/@sjbarbeau/measuring-gnss-accuracy-on-android-devices-6824492a1389.

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