We should expect the Moto X to be fully unveiled on August 1, but between now and then we'd like to share the camera interface with you. Android Police have an awesome exclusive here, showing the very clean, slick camera interface.
The control wheel that swipes in from the left hand side has been updated, which definitely looks better than what Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean has now. Swiping in from the right will take you into the Gallery, something that I quite enjoy on my Nexus 4. There's also a "SLO" icon, which will take you into a slow-motion video mode.
Android Police go into some great detail on the Moto X's new camera interface, and we suggest you definitely take a look.