The Moto X is still set to be formally announced on August 1st and after all the leaks, we can’t help but wonder if there will be anything left of the device we haven’t already seen in hundreds of leaks. Take the camera UI for instance, which we initially got a look at via a leaked Rogers video. In the video, a woman demonstrated how the Moto X’s 10MP camera could be triggered using a unique wrist flicking gesture. From there, taking a picture was as easy as tapping the screen, or holding on it for burst shots.
Today, we get a clearer look at the Moto X’s camera UI, along with the settings wheel, accessed by pulling from the left bezel of the display. Really, Motorola did a great keeping the UI very clean and uncluttered. When in shooting mode, there’s only 2 small buttons along the bottom that can be pressed to switch to the front facing camera, or go into video mode. You’ll notice a few new features like slow-mo, and auto-HDR inside the settings wheel but other than that, it’s pretty standard photo stuff.
Word on the street is the Moto X will feature “Clear pixel” technology, a fancy way of saying better camera hardware than we’re typically used to from Motorola devices. Of course, we’ll have more once we get an official look at the device come August 1st.
[via Android Police]
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