CyanogenMod is well known for making Android ROM. The CM has recently announced that they are working on a new browser, called Gello, for Android OS.
The Gello is based on Chromium browser, which is Google's open-source version of the Chrome browser.
Apparently, the Gello browser will bring a ton of customization using the open-source Chromium. Some of its most interesting features include the ability to rename and relocate downloads, gesture controls like edge swipe, and privacy settings.
Furthermore, the CyanogenMod also plans to include a night mode, a power saver mode, save for future and an immersive mode to eliminate ads and pics on the web page.
Unfortunately, the Gello browser will not be available on low-end smartphones. According to the CM team member Joey Rizzoli, "low end devices or devices with small system partitions" will not be able to install the Gello browser.
At the moment, the release date of the Gello browser has not been revealed.