It'll have a dual rear camera setup with either the 12MP Sony IMX486 or 12MP OmniVision OV12A10 sensor as the primary sensor, and the 5MP Samsung S5K5E8 as the secondary sensor.
Xda-developers managed to retain the firmware files of Redmi S2, which has revealed that the device will launch in both India and China. With Snapdragon 625, this battery should be sufficient for good battery life. On the front, there will be a lone 5MP Samsung S5K5E8 sensor.More news: Ex-FBI chief says Russian may have "kompromat" on Trump
The base variant will have 4GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage, another variant will have 6GB RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage, and the top-end variant will feature 6GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage. As for RAM, we'll have to wait for the official TENAA listing to go up before we can find more information on the memory. The firmware does indicate that it'll have a microSD card slot at the very least.More news: OnePlus 5T gets iPhone X like gestures
Futures: Android 8.1 (Oreo), Hybrid Dual SIM (micro + nano/microSD), Fingerprint sensor, Infrared sensor and 3.5mm audio jack.
Xiaomi has started 2018 on a high note with its range of Redmi devices, especially with the ultra-popular Redmi Note 5 Pro. It may launch in India first, and then make its way to its home market China. Apparently, Xiaomi is going to place an 18:9 display on the phone and fix it with a 1440 x 720p resolution.
The highlight of the Redmi S2 will be the cameras. The device will be unveiled in the Chinese and Indian markets only; if the leaks are to be believed.More news: Wenger calls for VAR in Premier League after Arsenal beaten at Newcastle