We’ve been seeing a lot of leaks when it comes to the Moto X. A leaked Rogers promo video even confirmed a few details about the Moto X’s camera interface, which was nice, but we still didn’t have all of the details. Android Police can help with that.
They have posted some screen captures that reportedly show Motorola’s new camera software in action. The images seem to show a stripped-down, swipe-driven UI like a Google Play Edition phone, but with an extra bit of polish on top.
There is the flick-based launching and tap-to-hold burst shooting that we’ve seen of course. Aside from that we can see that the Moto X uses a hidden settings carousel with a few features that you don’t get with stock Android. What do you think? Hopefully we will learn more about the actual cameras soon as well.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Android News