If a user installs the chromium-browser package afresh, without any
existing profile, I would argue that they don't care that the browser is
packaged as a snap, because they haven't used it before (not on that
machine at least).

Manually installing chromium-browser with apt does display messages that
hint at what happens under the hood, typically:

    => Installing the chromium snap

and

    => Snap installation complete

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