Those looking for a luxurious getaway without breaking the bank can now turn to OPPO’s innovative 5G hotel in Australia, built to maximize the possibilities of tech through a hyper-curated experience.
The 5G hotel is classy, elegant, and sophisticated, boasting a matte black exterior, and minimalist touches to the interior. These aesthetic elements combined with the high-tech components set it apart.
The entire hotel is powered via OPPO’s Reno smartphone combined with a 5G network, and aims to give everyone a glimpse of what’s possible with 5G. It will be touring various locations throughout Australia over the next few months, starting the journey in the Gold Coast Australia’s very own Home of the Arts (HOTA).
What can travelers expect from the 5G Hotel?
Smart Mirror. Connect the mirror to a smart watch and you’ll be able to watch the latest news, be updated on stocks, read the newspaper, watch a movie, or even get that ideal lighting for the perfect mirror selfie.
Game Anywhere. Thanks to the hotel’s 5G gaming suite, guests can game locally on a PC, or use the 5G smartphone to access a library of games and play from anywhere.
Get Things Done Hands-Free. The hotel’s Reno 5G device is connected to a Google Home Hub, giving guests access to an array of smart home features such as using voice to control the lighting, to play their favorite songs on YouTube Music, ask questions, and get visual and immersive answers from Google.
Experience Augmented Reality (AR). There are a number of immersive AR apps on show, including an interactive introduction to the Reno 5G and AR Wardrobe, which lets guests 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 even at the highest quality, or even download an entire season of your favorite show while you make a cup of coffee, and get to watch it on the hotel’s widescreen TV.
The 5G Hotel – a 40ft. shipping container turned futuristic hotel is available to book from August 1 to 30th at HOTA for only AU$150 (roughly PhP5,300) per night. All proceeds from bookings will be donated to local charities.
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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.