Canon's Korean website has published some additional sample shots taken with the forthcoming S90 digicam. There's no direct link, but here are a couple of ISO 80 samples with corresponding details. At pixel-peeping magnifications the pictures do have that characteristic small-sensor "watercolor" look, but also show excellent detail, good corner performance, and virtually no purple fringing.
The S90, you'll remember, is Canon's answer to the popularity of the perpetually back-ordered LX3. It (the S90) has a lens that's ƒ/2 at the wide end, the same sensor as the G11, and simple and businesslike controls, including a new ring dial to which various functions can be assigned.
It ain't out just yet, but we think we approve.