By Anton D. Nagy | July 23, 2013 4:23 AM
About the only thing we’re missing is the announcement itself, which will happen on August 1; most things got leaked, and we’re continuing to see more leaks involving the upcoming Motorola Moto X. This time, we’re taking a look at a new camera interface that will grace the Moto X, complete with screenshots depicting the UI as well as gestures.
Apparently swiping from the left or from the right edges will bring you to Settings, and the Gallery, respectively, as seen on the top screenshots. Camera controls and settings can be tweaked using the dial on the left, which displays icons for modes (including a SLO mode, for slow-motion video). While there’s no confirmation of it, the user will most probably be able to spin the wheel/dial to unveil and ultimately select different modes.
Taking photos is as simple as tapping the screen (probably followed by a focus and a shutter release) and holding the tap longer will result in a burst shot. Zoom is achieved by dragging the finger up and down the screen, as seen in the screenshots below. There are a couple of other screenshots at the source below so make sure to check it out if you’re anxious to know everything about the upcoming Moto X.
Update: According to a recent report, the off-contract price of the Moto X will be $299 for the 16GB flavor and $349 or $399 for the 32GB variant. Subsidized price will be around $99. This is a report, so treat it accordingly!