Yes, The company is reportedly adding a built-in screenshot tool, along with an editor option.
Some mobile browsers like Vivaldi offer a built-in screenshot tool, allowing users to take screenshots of a particular webpage, without having to crop the address bar and the other system elements out of the frame. This could come in handy when you need to send only the content of a webpage and you’re in a hurry. It is worth noting this is the second Google product to receive new screenshot functionality on Android this month.
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