A report in 9To5Google suggests that Google is transferring some Android 10 features to Chrome OS, specifically gesture support.
The gesture support in question are the new swipe gesture type of navigation that has replaced the traditional navigation buttons in Android.
It would make sense that this feature were transferred onto Chrome too since the interface trend is to do away with on-screen navigation objects that can be replaced by any other technology, including digitizer gestures.
The report notes that currently the development still hasn’t come further than being ready for testing on Chrome OS Canary, so we’re still going to have to wait to see this feature roll out.
– Tom Bowen