Google launched Site Isolation security feature in Chrome for Android device users.
Now that users will be navigating to sites that require a password, Chrome will launch a separate process for each of these sites, protecting user data from attacks such as Specter.
Google has already enabled site isolation for 99% of Chrome users for Android who own smartphones with RAM of 2 GB or more.
This feature was added to the 77th version of Chrome for Android, released in September. Those users who have updated the browser to the latest version, and have a device with sufficient memory, have already received this option. It is enabled by default.
Google has also strengthened the security of desktop users for whom website isolation was launched in July 2018. Now they are also protected from other attacks, and not only from source vulnerabilities such as Meltdown and Specter.
It is important to note that the use of website isolation leads to an increase in RAM consumption by the browser by 3-5%.
Learn more about this feature. can read in Google Chrome Help.