First of all, let us talk about the current mainstream mobile phone film forms. There are undoubtedly two types of phone films. Among them, the protagonist in the soft film is the “hydrogel film”, which is the kind that most mobile phones come with when they leave the factory; in addition, there are also derivative forms such as “frosted film”. The hard film is mainly “tempered film”; of course, there is also the “UV full adhesive film” that has become popular recently due to the rise of curved screens, and it has gradually become a choice for everyone to buy mobile phone film.
So what are the characteristics of each of these membranes? Then look down!
Can you guess why so many mobile phone manufacturers like to paste this ordinary soft film before the mobile phone leaves the factory? The short answer is because it’s cheap. It’s a piece of cheap soft plastic from start to finish—it’s not scratch-resistant, not drop-proof, and not good hand-touching. Especially in the past two years, the heating problem of mobile phones has become more and more obvious. I have also seen the situation where some people use their mobile phones to heat up the film… So in my opinion, the only advantage of the hydrogel film may be that it is relatively light. Does not affect the weight of the machine!
Although the scratch resistance is better than the hydrogel film, it is still not so drop-proof. The most important thing is that the resolution of mobile phone screens is very high now, especially for Android flagship phones. Well, once the matte film is pasted, the resolution will be folded in half. Among other things, it really hurts the eyes! However, most users who choose the matte film have severe hand sweat. The matte film can effectively prevent fingerprints and improve the paper-like touch.
Tempered film is a relatively reliable film. It is made of tempered glass, and generally has an oleophobic layer, which is similar to the touch of a mobile phone screen and is relatively silky. Although the scratch resistance of the tempered film worth twenty or thirty RMB is not as good as the original screen, it is drop-resistant! Moreover, tempered film is also the best type of film among all films, and there are also various film artifacts to escort you. As long as you practice two or three times, you can easily get started. Unless the filming environment is too bad and dusty, the probability of sticking air bubbles is almost zero. In this way, changing a film every six months can ensure that the screen of the mobile phone itself is as good as new for a long time, and can also obtain a higher price when selling second-hand. However, tempered film also has its fatal problem-it cannot be pasted on a curved screen. Because the cost of hot bending is too high, and there is no guarantee that the curved surface of each mobile phone has no tolerance, the curved surface mobile phone basically has no edge tempered film.
UV full film
The birth of UV full-adhesive film is to solve the pain point that the curved screen cannot be pasted with tempered film. After all, many people hope to give the most thoughtful protection to mobile phones, but unfortunately, if you have a limited budget for mobile phone film and do not have strong hands-on ability, forget it! Because the film application procedure of UV film is very complicated. If you are not careful, you will be surrounded by sticky liquid all day long. After pasting, the sensitivity of screen fingerprints will be greatly reduced.
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