After updating the Chrome per AndroidBy introducing a new grid view, Google would be testing another change for his browser, but this time focused on tablet.
No distortion, but a small tweak that could change the quality of life of many users, making the user experience more intuitive and immediate. Like? Automatically opening the desktop version of the sites on tablets. Currently, in fact, this type of display is bound to a choice of the user, who must check the appropriate option to make it active. This is a sensible introduction, considering that the advantage provided by tablets consists precisely in the possibility of enjoying a screen with a larger surface than that of smartphones, and therefore being able to view a greater number of contents.
Moreover, as noted by the colleagues of XDA Developers who identified this change in the next Chromium code (see SOURCE), the function would also be clever: it would not activate on all tablets by default, but only after detecting the size and pixel density of the screen. Currently, however, there is still no precise indication of what the threshold figures are, a sign that the introduction of this novelty is still in a primordial phase of testing.
This further trick also has its own logic, since on tablets with a diagonal display equal to or greater than 10 inches, the display will easily benefit from the Desktop mode, which is not obvious for the smaller and cheaper ones, which are also among the models. most popular in this period in which the sector has reactivated after years of stagnation, closing a record 2020 thanks to the thrust of the pandemic and the new and widespread needs related to smart working and distance learning.