Photo Rumors website has published the specifications, or some of them, of an upcoming Olympus Compact System Camera, as well as the diagram.
Found here, the list says that the Olympus EM-1, as the camera is called, will have an ISO range of 200 to 25,600, a shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second to one minute, a burst rate of 10 fps, a Flash sync speed of 1/320s, and rearranged rear camera controls joined by a newly-designed AEL/AFL lever.
What's more, the 2.3 million-dot electronic viewfinder can display the image it has in its “sights” on a 3-inch TFT LCD touchscreen. Said LCD can tilt too.
Add to that 81 autofocus points and the 16-megapixel image sensor and you have all you need to take awesome pictures and videos.
You'll have to wait for it if you want it, though. Sales will only start in September, for an unknown price.