New M Monochrom (Type 230) Coming?

Digicame-info is reporting that Leica has registered a new camera called the M Monochrom (Typ 230) with the radio government agency of Korea RRA (Korea Radio Research Laboratory). This would mean that the new M Monochrom camera will have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities and will be announced at Photokina in September, most likely. Best guess - it'll be based on the current Leica M (CMOS) sensor. Interesting timing, considering that Leica included the current M Monochrom in the Leica M Edition 100 and just announced the availability of a silver chrome version alongside the regular black chrome as well as a Leitz Park special edition, available only at the Leica Store in Wetzlar. Of course, this typically means one thing - a new version is all but certain... But when?

Update (5/28/14):

Nope.

Unfortunately, the suspected Leica M Monochrom (Type 230) is not a new Leica M (Type 240) based Monochrom - rather the stainless steel version as part of the Leica M Edition 100 set. Because of the different material (and RF specs) it needed a new certificate from the Korean agency.

Update (8/28/14):

We have heard some mention of a possible M Monochrom update, based upon the CMOS-sensored Leica M (Type 240) camera. Nothing concrete, yet.