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BREAKING NEWS: Samsung Signs Cahill To Spearhead TV Assault

In a bold move that could seriously rattle World Cup sponsor Hisense, Samsung has signed up Australian soccer hero Tim Cahill to spearhead a major TV campaign .

The Socceroos and Millwall striker is a household favourite which has not gone unnoticed at Samsung who while not being an offical World Cup sponsor is going to get in on the action, by sponsoring Cahill who is set to be one of the most popular players going to the World Cup.
New Socceroos coach Bert Van Marwijk announced his preliminary World Cup squad on Monday, selecting 32 players that will eventually be wittled down to 23 for the tournament in Russia beginning next month.

Cahill was on of those players named, keeping his hopes of appearing, and possibly scoring, in four World Cups alive.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 29: Tim Cahill of Australia celebrates scoring his second goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification match between the Australian Socceroos and Jordan at Allianz Stadium on March 29, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

As one observer said, “Australians will get behind the Australian team for the World Cup but If you asked most Australians to name players the first name is most likely to be Tim Cahill”.

Chinese brand Hisense who are desperately trying to be seen as a premium brand and recently lifted their prices by up to 16% in an effort to create the perception of quality has invested millions in worldwide sponsorship rights for the 2018 World Cup.

ChannelNews understands that Cahill will not only be an Ambassador for Samsung during the World Cup, but he appears front and centre in a TV commercial for Samsung’s 2018 TV Range which are seen as having superior processors for watching sports over several other brands being sold in Australian.

Australia’s long-time leader in TV’s Samsung has recently delivered a brand new QLED TV range in Australia.

Apart from their cutting-edge Quantum Dot technology the new range has HDR 10+. Their Q9F and Q8F models also have Direct Full Array technology.

Seven of the models are 75-inches which makes watching the world cup more spectacular. The Premium UHD models include 200Hz motion refresh rate, and dynamic crystal colour.

This technology is ideal for anyone who loves watching fast action sport.
Pricing for the new range is as follows.
QLEDs
Q9F 75-inch – $10,499
Q9F 65-inch – $6,999
Q8F 65-inch – $5,899
Q8F 55-inch – $4,099
Q7F 75-inch – $8,199
Q7F 65-inch – $5,299
Q7F 55-inch – $3,699
Q6F 75-inch – TBC
Q6F 65-inch – TBC
Q6F 55-inch – TBC
Premium UHD

NU8500 65-inch – $3,699
NU8500 55-inch – $2,599
NU8000 82-inch – $7,999
NU8000 75-inch – $5,799
NU8000 65-inch – $3,599
NU8000 55-inch – $2,499
UHD
NU7100 75-inch – $3,999
NU7100 65-inch – $2,699
NU7100 55-inch – $1,799
NU7100 49-inch – $1,499
NU7100 43-inch – $1,199

The entire range Samsung is now on sale in Australian stores including JB Hi Fi and The Good Guys.

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