A video of the Motorola DROID RAZR HD made a brief appearance on YouTube before being taken down. But is it a PR stunt or actually genuine?
While the Motorola DROID RAZR HD is expected to be announced at the Motorola/Verizon event on September 5, it seems the handset made an early appearance in several tutorial videos on YouTube yesterday, before being quickly removed.
The videos, offering user guides to setting up email, making calls, and other such basic functions, showed off some of the RAZR HD details that have been leaked and rumoured.
The device looks much like the current DROID RAZR, though replaces the capacitive keys underneath the display with Android’s onscreen buttons.
As for the interface, it's much like the one we know on current Motorola Ice Cream Sandwich devices - with a few tweaks here and there.
The videos have now been pulled, leading to speculation about why they were released in the first place. If you didn’t catch them, you’ll just have to wait until the phone gets its official unveil on September 5.
Via Droid Life