Microsoft is making a version of its new Edge browser -- one which shares the same core as new Edge on PCs -- available to testers in the Canary channel on Android.
When Microsoft launched the new Edge browser for PCs, it also changed the logo of Edge on iOS and Android to make it appear that there was one, big happy new Edge family. The reality, however, was that the Edge browser on iOS and Android was not the same as the one on PCs. On iOS, the Edge browser currently uses the WebKit rendering engine and on Android it uses Blink. (I don't know if Microsoft's plans include replacing the rendering engine on Android. I don't think they are allowed by Apple to replace it on iOS.)