As they always have, Google also showed off a new "Nexus" phone, the first phone to pack the new operating system, and the one that's supposed to set the pace for this generation of Android phones. This time it's the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus. It's got a full HD screen, meaning 1280 by 720 pixels. That's legit HD, not "looks HD," not marketing speak. Admittedly, those pixels have a lot of room to breathe, since the Galaxy Nexus has a frankly ridiculous 4.65-inch screen. That is huge. The iPhone's got a 3.5-incher, standard Windows Phones and Androids have a 4-inch, and the biggest mainstream phones, like the HTC Thunderbolt, have 4.3-inchers. 4.65 is getting into pocket-stretching territory. The Galaxy Nexus will be the first phone to have ICS, and rumors suggest it'll come out on Verizon sometime in November, possibly at a $300 price point.