The past few months have seen plenty of leaks and rumors surrounding the Droid RAZR HD, purported to be the next flagship handset from Motorola. Now, the device may have officially appeared on video, thanks to five leaked tutorials that surfaced over the weekend. The clips, uploaded by YouTube user revowii, offer basic instructions on how to set up features like email, WiFi, and messaging on a Motorola smartphone that appears to be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a skin that looks identical to what we saw (and liked) on the Atrix HD.

The videos seem similar in style to the clips typically included in Motorola's ROMs, much like the Ice Cream Sandwich demos released earlier this year. These tutorials were also uploaded with the Motorola XT926 model number in their titles, though it's worth noting that none actually mention the Droid RAZR HD by name, nor does the moniker appear anywhere onscreen. It remains to be seen whether the elusive handset will be unveiled at Motorola and Verizon's September 5th event, as many have speculated, though we'll all find out soon enough.

Update: Unfortunately the five tutorial videos mentioned in this article are no longer available on YouTube. The account responsible for uploading the clips has been closed.