Usually I keep my Nexus 6 location settings on battery saving mode vs high accuracy due to the increased battery life and to prevent the phone from pinging for GPS coordinates from satellites every few minutes. However, I've botched that when I go to use Google Maps sometimes, more often than not, it takes a few minutes for Google Maps to actually lock in for directions, and coordinates. Is this normal? I'd rather not keep it on high accuracy mode since I don't want to burn through any more battery power than I have to. What does everyone else here think?