There’s a 5G-powered OPPO hotel in Australia and you can book it
Those looking for a unique vacation can now turn to OPPO’s 5G-powered smart hotel in Australia. This world-first traveling 5G-powered Smart Hotel maximizes the possibilities of technology through a curated hotel experience.
The new 5G Hotel has a matte black exterior and minimalist interior touches. The luxury one-bedroom suite is packed with the latest technology such as 5G cloud gaming, buffer-free streaming, a range of immersive AR apps, and advanced smart home features. It’s even got a smart mirror.
The entire hotel is powered by OPPO’s Reno smartphone and the 5G network. It will be touring 5G locations throughout Australia over the next few months, beginning in Australia’s very own Home of the Arts (HOTA).
Here are some of its most notable features:
Smart Mirror – Connect the smart mirror to a smart device to watch the latest news, get updates on stocks, read the morning newspaper, watch movies, or get the ideal light for your mirror selfie.
Gaming versatility – Through the hotel’s 5G Gaming Suite, guests can experience a high-powered gaming computer in the palm of their hand. Users can game locally on the PC, or leverage the 5G smartphone to access a library of games and play from anywhere.
Hands-free activity – The Hotel’s Reno 5G device is connected to a Google Home Hub, as well as an array of smart-home features. Guests can use their voice to control the lighting, play their favorite songs from YouTube Music, ask questions, as well as get visual and immersive answers from Google.
Augmented Reality (AR) – The hotel has a number of AR apps on show, including an interactive introduction to the Reno 5G and an AR Wardrobe, which enables guests to preview different outfits in a virtual AR runway.
Access entertainment buffer-free – Download, stream, and watch to your heart’s content with 5G. Enjoy Netflix buffer-free, or download a whole season of your favorite show while you make a cup of coffee, and watch it on the hotel’s widescreen TV.
The 5G Hotel—a 40-foot shipping container made into a hotel—is available to book from August 1 to 30 at HOTA for AU$50, or roughly P5,300 per night. All proceeds from bookings will be donated to local charities.