Note: As Frandroid has shown us via the comments below, the OS version and build are easy to fake, and the Honeycomb results were indeed faked by them. Whether the Gingerbread ones are also fake or not is not confirmed, but all signs point to that.

We just spotted Android 2.3 (aka Gingerbread) and 3.0 (aka Honeycomb) on Adobe's AIR Benchmark site, which was designed to test Adobe AIR performance on mobile devices. Interestingly, both new Android OS builds were running on a Nexus One, with no Nexus S or GT-i9020 (the handset rumored to be the Nexus S) in sight.

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The results show GRH47B, an Android 2.3 build, as well as two different versions of Honeycomb, HRI783D and HRI83D. As for the results themselves, Honeycomb hit scores of up to 584, while Gingerbread achieved a score of 301, as seen in the screenshot above. While these scores are solid, I'm hoping the final build of the OS will be even speedier - a Nexus One running the latest build of Froyo, 2.2.1, hit approximately 577.

Now, obviously this can be faked, but I have a feeling it's the real deal. All we need now is a leak and I'll be one happy camper. Anyone else out there as excited about Gingerbread and Honeycomb as I am?

Sources: XDA-Developers, Air Benchmark