According to CPU World, new Athlon II parts will feature one or two Piledriver modules, which translates into two or four CPU cores. Dual-core parts will feature 1MB of L2 cache, while quad cores will pack 4MB. As far as we can tell, they have all the usual Trinity features, sans graphics of course.
Oddly enough, Semprons will also come in dual and quad flavours, so this is the first time we will see quad-core Semprons. Current generation Semprons are based on the antiquated Regor core and they fit socket AM3 boards. All Trinity Semprons will feature just 1MB of L2 cache, which means they should end up quite small and cheap. Memory support has also been limited to DDR3-1600.
You can check out the datasheets here.