A Chinese company called QLS are about to launch the QA360 in April, a Hi-Res and (native) DSD-capable DAP.
For those who don't know or remember QLS: it was the company who in 2010 created the infamous QA350, a WAV-only audiophile DAP with an extremely primitive UI. (according to legend the QA350 sounded great, especially after some mods)
Final specs of the QA360 aren't known but according to info from erji.net....
Digital volume control using TI's PGA2311 chip
PCM formats supported (up to 24/192): FLAC, WAV, MP3, AIFF, ALAC, APE
DSD formats supported: DIFF, DSF, SACD ISO! (It's unknown whether DSD128 is supported)
Battery life: Up to 10 hours for 16/44.1 WAV playback
Memory: SD cards
Outputs: Line out, coaxial
Languages: Chinese, not sure if other languages are supported.
DAC chip: seems to be AD1955
Price is not yet announced.
Here's a picture of the design (not final).
Edited by pekingduck - 3/5/14 at 6:46pm