A video posted up on Google Hong Kong to show off Google Voice Search in Cantonese about a week ago revealed some new features of Android Gingerbread. While the video itself wasn't a walkthrough of the changes in Android 2.3, it did give us our first decent non-blurry look at Gingerbread.
According to Engadget, the video shows redesigned buttons in the settings area of the phone, as well as "the previously-seen black status tray with its new icons, along with a subtly tweaked launcher bar at the bottom of the home screen."
Shortly after the story was broke about the video accidently revealing Android Gingerbread to the public, Google pulled the video for obvious reasons.
Below is a copy of the video hosted by someone (Android portion starts at 0:45):
Image from Engadget