At the moment (from our side) no.
Porting a browser would require a few things. We wouldn't use a license-based (payware) browser like Opera. A small footprint browser would be the best.
You would need access to the framebuffer on the EM7080. No public code for that exists, and we couldn't release it, since it is covered by a general Realtek non-disclosure agreement.
However, someone with enough time could reverse-engineer it based on code already out there.
For example, the blog http://consumerelectronicshacker.blogspot.com/
has posted examples running 'hello world' on Realtek hardware using graphics mode.
The legality of the leaked code it is based on, is not something i want to go much into here. It's Realtek's property, they are the only ones that could 'do something about it'.
Summarizing, porting a browser would take considerable time, which means money. The question would also be, if the end result will be acceptable as well for end users.
Once you add a browser, will it properly display all popular websites ? Be fast enough ? Have flash & java support ? Consumer demand may be different from your personal needs..