Judging by the way things are shaping up, 2013 will be the year of Android flagships with 5" 1080p screens. HTC's phone is already out - for US carrier Verizon it's called the DROID DNA and has already seen its first price cuts.
The best deal we've seen so far comes from LetsTalk.com, which asks $120 for the LTE-enabled phone if you sign a two-year contract with Verizon starting from $80/month. The HTC DROID DNA is $200 from Verizon's site.
Amazon Wireless also sells the DNA cheaper than Verizon's own site, it's asking $150 for it (plans start at $80/month again).
You can read our review of the HTC DROID DNA for an in-depth look of the phone and its impressive 440ppi screen.