TechRadar drops this article on us. It's the first test I have seen using DxO and to be honest I find the results nearly unbelievable. Most still think this is a "tweaked" G3 sensor; after seeing these test results I must say that either that is incorrect, or TechRadar somehow screwed up the testing process. There is simply no way a "tweak" could result in dynamic range so massive it even exceeds that of the Sony NEX-7.
Obviously I am hoping they are right and this is a groundbreaking sensor, but not getting my hopes up until we see some verification from other testers.