Huawei's upcoming myTouch handsets for T-Mobile still haven't been announced, but that hasn't stopped them from leaking online. The non-keyboarded model showed its face to the camera a week ago, and now it's back today along with a little information on its performance. As you can see above, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread-powered device was put to the Quadrant benchmark test, finishing with a score of 1994. If that score gives you pause, don't worry about it too much, as the source of the leak says that the myTouch runs smoothly with no noticeable lag.
So far the only other details that've surfaced on the Huawei myTouches are that they're both packing 800x480 displays and Android 2.3, so it's nice to get a bit more light shed on them, even if it is just a Quadrant score and a few words from a tester on how this model performs. The two new myTouch phones are currently rumored to be launching toward the end of spring, which is kind of a bummer considering that spring just kicked off a week ago. Considering that they've leaked three times in the past month, though, it may not be long before we see them pop up once again.