Different manufacturers have their own ideas for the shape-of-look design of the smart machine. For example, in order to increase the proportion of the screen, many manufacturers are trying to move the position of the front camera, which gave birth to Liu Hai slotting, under-screen punching, electric lift, and even backward flip and other different design options. Further afield, Samsung has pioneered the introduction of curved screens, but many have been suttered too extreme, quirky and unnecessary.
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Over time, however, some have hoped that the Galaxy S11 will go beyond the Note 10, bringing a further waterfall screen design that hides the border and appears to have a higher screen share for the phone.
However, Ice Universal, a well-known Samsung whistleblower, said in a recent tweet: ‘Samsung won’t do this, at least on the Galaxy S11, which is due to be released early next year, and we won’t see the waterfall screen coming.’
Obviously, practicality is a big obstacle for Samsung not to consider introducing a waterfall screen for the Galaxy S11. Although the form factor can be impressive, surface screens can cause other problems and even affect the most basic equipment durability.
Of course, that’s not to say the Galaxy S11 doesn’t have a good screen. It is expected to still have a thinner bezel than the Note 10 and introduce for the first time a high refresh rate above 90Hz (or even 120Hz).