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LAHORE – TCL has launched a special edition Zalmi TV to coincide with their sponsorship of Peshawar Zalmi for the upcoming HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2019 edition.

Zalmi TV, which released on  January 20, is available in both 32- inch and 40-inch models for Rs 31,990 and 42,990 respectively. Every new Zalmi TV comes in a special edition Peshawar Zalmi/TCL branded packaging which has a gift bag inside containing Zalmi-TCL branded merchandise.

The Zalmi S6500 TV is a Smart TV featuring Licensed Android OS with built-in AI through Google Assistant, comes loaded with Google Play Store and features a built-in Chromecast. It also comes equipped with FHD display to provide an HDR visual function and Dolby audio technology for surround sound providing consumers with the immersive viewing experience.

Other than the Zalmi gift pack inside every TV, all customers who purchase the Zalmi TV will be entered into a lucky draw for which the prizes include two winners to win a “Money Can’t Buy” trip to Dubai to watch a Peshawar Zalmi match and also meet and greet Zalmi players behind the scenes, Official Signed Zalmi Merchandise and Zalmi TVs as well.

TCL and Peshawar Zalmi also announced that a percentage of proceeds from each Zalmi S6500 TV sold will go towards the Zalmi Foundation which is leading the way in many charitable causes across Pakistan.

Sunny Yang, GM TCL Pakistan said, “In celebration of our continued close association with Peshawar Zalmi, I am very pleased to announce the launch of the Special Edition Zalmi TV. Not only is this an expression of our dedication to sports ambassadorship but is also a great opportunity for us to share that love of sports with customers in Pakistan.”

Javed Afridi, Chairman Peshawar Zalmi added, “We are delighted to be a part of this opportunity to spread the love of cricket across Pakistan. I am sure that our fans will love not only the Zalmi TV but more importantly the funds raised through the sale of this TV will help the Zalmi Foundation do much more across the country to help those who need it the most.”