OPPO Boasts World's First 5G-Powered Hotel Down Under

Clarke Velasco
A 40-feet shipping container was transformed by OPPO into a state-of-the-art hotel in Australia this August, marking the first opening of an innovative 5G-powered hotel in the world.

OPPO Boasts World's First 5G-Powered Hotel Down Under
OPPO Boasts World's First 5G-Powered Hotel Down Under

Oppo's traveling 5G Hotel made its first stop Down Under to offer tech-heads and travelers alike a futuristic accommodation without breaking the bank.

The company leaned on its the latest technology, including 5G cloud gaming, buffer-free streaming, a range of immersive AR apps, and advanced smart home features, to set the hotel apart from the rest.

The entire hotel is powered via OPPO’s Reno smartphone and the 5G network and is packed full of the latest tech. It will be touring 5G locations throughout Australia over the next few months, beginning its journey in the Gold Coast Australia’s very own Home of the Arts.

The place has a lot of tricks up its sleeve, including a smart mirror where visitors can watch the latest news, get updates on stocks, read the morning newspaper, watch movies, or get the ideal light for the perfect mirror selfie.

Futuristic Living with the 5G Hotel's Smart Mirror
Futuristic Living with the 5G Hotel's Smart Mirror

Through the hotel’s 5G Gaming Suite, guests can experience a high-end 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.

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Moreover, the 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.

It also packs several immersive 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.

To top it all off, guests can download, stream, and watch to their heart's content with 5G.

Oppo offered the hotel at Aud 150 (roughly Php 5,300) per night. All proceeds from bookings will be donated to local charities.

The company has yet to announce the traveling hotel's next stop. To book, or for more information on where the 5G Hotel goes next, head to www.oppo5GHotel.com

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