Fake. Say what you will about the X1/X2 and X-Vario, but they are exquisitely made cameras that flaunt their lineage. I suspect the new T (if it does exist) will not be unlike an X-Vario with interchangeable lenses. Besides, the M adapter looks cheap and why would anyone at Leica (presumably the only people with access to a prototype) be using a Zeiss lens to test a new camera?
The two dials function depending on the Mode chosen:
P mode - the left dial is user configurable (and sticky) the right dial is program shift
A mode - the left dial is user configurable (and sticky) the right dial is Aperture
S mode - the left dial is user configurable (and sticky) the right dial is Shutter Speed
M mode - the left dial is Aperture, the right dial Shutter speed
This varies slightly with M lenses attached via the adapter, more about that later.
Configuring the left hand dial is done simply by tapping it’s icon and choosing from a list.
... so I'd end up with something around $3600 or so for body and 23mm f/2 - not cheap, but not too expensive for what appears to be a real Leica in spite of the body design). But what really turns me off is the pricing of the accessories - the attachable EVF for $600?.