Fujifilm have just updated their X-Series Lens roadmap. Two lenses, the 16mm F2.8 and the 16-80mm F4 are earmarked for 2019, while the 33mm F1 will be release in 2020. So if you’re excited you have quite a long time to wait.
The 33mm F1 and the 16-80mm F4 are new types of lenses, while the 16mm 2.8 looks like it will be a cheaper version of the already released 16mm 1.4. This seems to be a trend with Fujifilm e.g The 23mm F2 and 23mm F1.4.
Details from the Fujifilm website
XF33mmF1 R WR
“XF33mmF1 R WR” is a standard large diameter prime lens. This ultra-fast lens will be the world’s first* mirrorless lens with F1.0 maximum aperture and AF capability.
XF16mmF2.8 R WR
“XF16mmF2.8 R WR,” is a wide lens in compact prime lens category. It has the focal length equivalent to 24mm in the 35mm format and F2.8 maximum aperture, making it the perfect choice for landscape and travel photography. It complements the already-released “XF23mmF2 R WR,” “XF35mmF2 R WR” and “XF50mmF2 R WR” series of small, stylish prime lenses, covering wide angle to mid-telephoto focal lengths.
XF16-80mmF4 R OIS WR
The standard zoom lens “XF16-80mmF4 R OIS WR” features a broad focal length range from wide angle equivalent to 24mm to mid-telephoto 122mm in the 35mm format, while keeping a constant F4.0 maximum aperture. Its broad focal range makes it a very versatile lens capable of covering a wide range of shooting scenes.