From 9 to 5 Google, they got two screenshots provided by Google developers for Chrome's translation team. From the "Explore" and "Options" in the lower left and right corner of the screenshots, and the three buttons marked "1", "2" and "3", it can be seen that the UI seems designed specifically for functional machines without touch screens.
Now KaiOS, the most popular operating system in the functional machine market, is based on HTML5 technology and runs in KaiOS browser, which makes Chrome for this platform unrealistic or even impossible. And these "touch-free" codes exist in the "chrome / android" folder used by Chrome for Android, and all indications now indicate that Google is likely to push Android into the functional machine market. This Chrome UI is for functional machines running Android but without touch screens.
Nine to five Google contacted Google about whether or not it really intends to let Android enter the feature machine market, or how long it will take for such a move to be completed, but no response has been received. Combining Google's previous launch of Android Go for low-end intelligenceMobile phoneIt's no surprise that KaiOS has invested millions of dollars in introducing many of its applications to the platform, even in the functional machine market.