Ahead of the much-awaited Verizon and Motorola September 5 event, YouTube hosted some leaked tutorial videos for Motorola DROID RAZR HD.

The videos showed off some details including the UI, display and rest of the phone in action that remained elusive in past few weeks, phoneArena reported.

Apparently, the YouTuber who posted four videos Aug. 19 morning was sporting the username revowii, DroidLife noted.

However, soon after reports of the video surfaced, the videos have been disabled since the user appears to have closed their YouTube account, killing the videos in the process, Slashgear reported.

Further, reports suggest that UI was not too different from those found in Motorola Atrix HD. Running on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS the device seemed to have pared a few elements while making room for new functionalities.

The handset, reportedly similar to DROID RAZR seemed to sport Android's onscreen buttons instead of capacitive keys beneath display.

Earlier reports stated the DROID RAZR HD may feature a 4.6-inch 720p display along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocking 1.5 Ghz. Though not much information was available about internal storage, the device is likely to come with a microSD card slot with capacity up of 32GB. An eight megapixel camera may be onboard along with an expanded battery capacity of 2,530mAh.