Even though we previously reported that the Samsung Galaxy S III would be coming with new Corning's Gorilla Glass 2 screen technology (even on launch day they announced it), apparently, there are folks out there that still thought it was a rumor, so Corning themselves wanted to make it officially official. They recently issued a press release confirming that the Samsung flagship device has the Gorilla Glass 2 for its display. There's nothing wrong with sharing your successes, so we can't blame Corning for that. They want to make sure that everyone knows their stuff is inside the newest Samsung superphone. Here's their statement,

“We are pleased to offer our customers the thin elegance and refined style of the GALAXY S III using Corning Gorilla Glass 2. New Corning Gorilla Glass 2 is an ideal solution for Samsung’s high-quality smartphones, enabling a superior touch experience and a lightweight and slim design, with the damage and scratch resistance consumers have come to expect.” – Corning
In case you haven't read our previous stories detailing the new glass, Corning's newest technology is just as durable as before, but is 20% thinner and allows for a more responsive touch screen experience. Share your thoughts in the forums.