@josef I think that in such a situation you should just use a bare EPS32 module, and add only the parts that you need. It's very unlikely that someone will make a custom version of a devboard with exactly the things you need, and without any extras.
You're the third person to ask that since this board has been released. He still haven't gotten a response from Wemos. I can't figure out if they're just ignoring that question in particular or if they have just no clue.
Maybe they think that by saying that the v1 silicon will only be available in X amount of months people will hold on until then before they buy it.
People know that the boards currently on sale are packing v0 chips and they are still buying them (me included) and, let's face it, this forum is so dead that even if they said when the new silicon was going to be in the boards, I doubt it would affect sales.
My guess is that they'll be available on this next batch or the one after that (At the time of writing there are only 44 boards on sale in AliExpress. I believe this batch was made of 800-ish boards).
All we can do is wait for those and for someone to report the version.
I haven't hooked it up to a scope, but I've had no problems with v2.0.0, 2.1.0, and 2.2.0 and the BME280 or any sensors due to noisy voltage. Have worked with a lot of D1 minis, and a lot of BME280s (>50).
The ESP8266 is really sensitive to noisy voltage, and I'd think you'd be more likely to have problems with them than with the sensors.