Motorola DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX owners may still waiting for their taste of Ice Cream Sandwich to be distributed by Moto and Verizon, but today some new videos leaked that should help satiate the hunger of the users for a bit. A YouTube user has posted some official-looking tutorial videos that offer walkthroughs on how to use a DROID RAZR that's running Android 4.0. The clips look like standard ones that'd come with a new phone and may have been pulled from a leaked version of ICS for the RAZR that's been making the rounds.
While the videos don't seem to show much that DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX owners wouldn't already know about actually using their devices, they do offer a nice peek at how Android 4.0 will look on the devices. Unfortunately for the RAZR crowd, there's still no word on when the updates will actually begin, and Motorola's official upgrades page still lists them both as being in the "Evaluation & Planning" stage. Until we hear more, you RAZR-toting folk can find a couple of the ICS tutorial videos below and a couple more at the YouTube link below.