Chromebooks just tipped to get this handy smartphone feature — what you need to know

It looks like you will no longer have to pull out your phone to set up a Wi-Fi hotspot.

In a new update coming to ChromeOS, Chromebooks equipped with LTE data may be able to serve as a Wi-Fi hotspot, just like your Android or iOS smartphone. The potential new feature was found in Chromium Gerrit (opens in new tab) as a new flag in chrome://flags and was first reported by 9to5Google (opens in new tab).

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