Welcome to your daily dose of Galaxy S III news! We still haven't seen a convincing render or press shot of Samsung's upcoming flagship, but according to and off-hand sentence from the OLED Association, we may finally know exactly what screen it's going to use. In among a gigantic report, the Association let slip that the Galaxy S III will have a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD+ screen - a 720p panel similar to, but distinct from, the screen that's on the Galaxy Nexus. What's different about it? That little plus sign makes all the difference: it means that the screen in question won't be using a Pentile pixel matrix. The report pegs the phone's release for May.