Use your finger to gently pat a few times on the screen of the LCD splicing screen. If the trace of water marks on the screen is very obvious, it is a soft screen; if the trace of water marks on the screen is not obvious or not Water marks are hard screens. Use your finger to make a light stroke on the screen. It is best not to leave nails on your fingers. Otherwise, it is easy to make the screen and affect the display effect of the screen.
Look carefully at the screen of the LCD splicing screen for a protective film. If a protective film is attached, the screen is a hard screen, and if there is no protective film attached, it is a soft screen. The only difference between the soft screen and the hard screen of the LCD splicing screen is that here, whether or not the protective film is attached is one of the best ways to judge the soft screen and the hard screen.
Watch the display of the LCD splicing screen. There is no difference between the soft screen and the hard screen in terms of display effect. There is no difference in display brightness and color between the two. If there is a significant difference between the two, it is not caused by the difference between the soft screen and the hard screen. It is caused by the quality of the display screen.
Watch the materials selected for both. In general, the materials used for soft screen and hard screen are the same, and there is no difference. The basic performance is similar. Whether it is hard or soft screen, the screens of both are very easy to break, so the difference Soft screens and hard screens cannot be seen from the hard level of both screens.