Slashgear reports that test certificate listings for what is believed to be a mid-range version of the tablet have surfaced online.
The mystery products are listed as GT-N5100 and GT-N5110, both bearing the suffix Samsung commonly uses for Galaxy Note devices. The two codes are believed to denote WiFi and data versions of the same device.
Samsung recently brought increased competition to Apple at the high end of the tablet market by teaming up with Google to launch the Nexus 10, a 10.055-inch slate with a dual core A15 Eagle processor and a Mali T604 GPU.
The Korean tech giant released the Galaxy Note 2 early last month to fill the void between its tablet and smartphone line, but could now be targeting the thriving 7-inch tablet market.
Samsung is yet to officially confirm its plans to release a 7-inch version of the Galaxy Note.