Fresh set of leaked screen shots of Moto X camera app suggests that it will have a swipe driven user interface with a virtual controlling wheel to make adjustments.
Motorola is going to debut Moto X officially in a week but its rumor mill is still on. What comes next for X rumors is its camera functionality. Android Police is digging deep to know more and more about Google's rumored X device. This time it came up with leaked screen shots showing Google Play Edition Moto X camera in action. Though the Rogers promotional video describes about some camera features like active by double wrist twist and multiple shots in one time by a simple tap. Yet these are not enough.
The current leaked screen shots of Moto X camera application suggests that its minimalistic user interface will focus on gestures and unobtrusive controls. This Android phone will have a stripped down UI with a control wheel that swipes in from the left side. Camera options like flash, focus, panorama and more can be adjusted by just spinning this virtual wheel around.
When you swipe from right, Gallery app will be opened with "Quick Capture" option that will go active by just twisting your wrist twice even if phone is locked. This Quick launch feature is also shown Rogers video and confirmed here too. The "SLO" icon shows that a slow-motion video mode is also added.
It is also in rumors that Moto X will have a special "Clear Pixel" camera of 10.5 megapixels. Yet it is can not be confirmed via these screen shots. So we have to wait for few more days to see what will actually come up. Stay tuned till then.