Once it's on the internet, it's always on the internet.
That's a good mantra to live by these days, but luckily it hasn't stopped Samsung from accidentally pushing out a listing of something called the Galaxy S5 Dx.
Based on the information we have and everything that's leaked lately, chances are "Dx" is simply the official branding for the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini.
There's no way to be sure at this point, but that's the assumption we're operating under for now.
Following the scent
The Galaxy S5 Dx appeared on Samsung.com long enough for professional tipster @evleaks to snap a photo of the page and suggest that the multi-colored Dx is the S5 Mini we've been hearing about.
The account later posted a second photo of the handset, referring to it just as the Galaxy S5 Dx, and this time the source was unclear.
Notably the URL on Samsung's site gave the S5 Dx the model number SM-G800, a number that's been associated with the S5 Mini before, but slightly different from the "SM-G800F" seen in yesterday's shipping listing leak.
So as usual the clues are muddled. But let's say this: given all the "mini" devices on the market or slated to arrive soon, including the LG G2 Mini, the iPad mini, the Microsoft Surface Mini, the HTC One Mini 2 - you get the idea - it makes sense for Samsung to consider changing the branding to something else, even if it's just two letters.
What's in a name?
Interestingly Samsung's Gear and Gear Fit appeared prominently in the S5 Dx listing, sitting in front of the phone itself in the photo. Clearly Samsung will be promoting these devices together.
The miniature Samsung Galaxy S5, whatever it may be called, is expected to pack a 4.5-inch display, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chip, 1.5GB of memory, 16GB of storage, an 8-megapixel camera, and the element-resistant protections of the S5.
Unfortunately, the most diligent sleuthing - including an obligatory Wikipedia search - has yet to reveal any possible clues in the "Dx" moniker.