Several websites have pointed this out but the picture here tells a lot about the new camera. It is tiny comparison to the SLT cameras But is a tad more muscular than the NEX models.
The tech isn't very different than the NEX series and ISO capability is up to 1600 only.
This mean that the anti-shake mechanism was instead incorporated into the lens, making it more expensive and bulkier.
The APS-C sensor isn't getting much of an upgrade beyond this so if you are happy with the noise levels of your current NEX, expect more of the same as Sony has been legendarily poor in Noise Reduction at High ISO shooting.
Beyond this, I am looking at a 16mm to 70mm zoom from Carl Zeiss. This should be spiffy but haven' t seen the images yet so I won't comment on it.
The way forward for Sony is to make smaller cameras that people want to buy. The current ILC cameras from Sony seem to have been a hit or miss affair. The darling of the crop seems to be from Fujifilm and Olympus though Panasonic isn't far behind.
Recognising the decline of the DSLR market, Sony will have to make do with a smaller camera that will not only appeal to consumer taste but meet the demands of serious amateurs. The cost of this camera with a kit lens is about US$400.