This message, perhaps banal, points to deeper actions with Google and its Android brand. The new approval detected in the Chromium Gerrit source code shows that Google intends to transfer its web portal to send and receive SMS and MMS messages.
If you're using the Android Messages app (which was eventually changed to "Messages"), you can access the web interface to chat with other people on your phone from your computer. To do this, just go to Messages.Android.com. However, the new approval suggests that Google is moving users to the new address: Messages.Google.com
Simply put, what this approval does is means that Chromebooks stop using the Android.com website URL and use the Google.com URL in versions 72 or 73 of the Chrome operating system that contain "Better collaborate" features for Android integration and the Chrome operating system.
This change deepens the idea that Google will eventually withdraw from using the "Android" brand. From the very beginning there were always people who did not know that Android is almost synonymous with Google. The proof is in the pudding: Android Pay has been renamed Google Pay, news on Android for news and Android Wear, just to wear the OS. So what prevents Google from removing "Android" altogether?
We can speculate that Google plans to completely reborn Android as something similar to the "Google OS" version 10.0 of Android "Q". Perhaps the earliest we heard about this on Google I / O, where the later version of Android is usually announced.
As it currently stands, the URL for Messages.Google.com will not go anywhere, but this may change in the coming weeks.