The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a striking design and this is largely due to one thing: its steeply curved waterfall screen. But this is a design that Samsung obviously won't look like on the Samsung Galaxy S11.
This is according to @UniverseIce (reputable leader) who says that while the Galaxy S11 will not have a waterfall screen, it will have a narrower frame than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Galaxy The Note 10 already has very little bezel, so if that is exactly what it would mean, the Samsung Galaxy S11 would be the full screen up front, other than likely cutting out a camera with a perforated hole.
After careful evaluation by Samsung, the Galaxy S11 series does not use a waterfall screen design, but the bezel is narrower than the Note10. November 18, 2019
Several modern smartphones have screens that curl at the sides instead of abruptly ending – this gives the smartphones a definite first-class feel, but in some cases it may be distracting due to the fact that you can accidentally hit the curves with parts of your hand when you don't intend
The waterfall screen is one that is particularly curved, like the arch of a river that flows over a rock.
Interestingly, the source says that the decision not to have a waterfall screen was made "after careful consideration by Samsung," which suggests that this is something the company is considering.
that the Samsung Galaxy S11 does not have such a screen, as while it may look good, it can also increase the chances of accidentally interacting with the screen when holding the phone, and having so many edge displays can make the phone more
Of course, so far it's just a rumor, so we can't see sure the Samsung Galaxy S11 won't have a waterfall screen, but so far no leaks suggest it will. Based on other leaks, we expect a design similar to the Galaxy Note 10 with the selfie camera in the top center position, just like this phone, but with a smaller lens and if today's leak is accurate and with less frame.