Two days ago, Motorola scooped up five new domain names: MotorolaKore.com, KoreMotorola.com, Moto-kore.com, MotoKore.com, and Motorola-Kore.com. Usually when a company purchases the right to multiple domain names centered upon a common name, it is going to launch a product of that moniker. In this case, we have Motorola purchasing five domain names centered upon the name Kore, which sounds a lot like (and looks like) Core. Now, Motorola has been reportedly working on a successor to the Xoom tablet in the Xoom 2. It is likely Motorola is going with a different name/approach this time to create more buzz and excitement. With the Xoom 2/Kore, Motorola was rumored to be using NVIDIA’s latest processor — the Kal-El processor, which is a quad-core processor. If Motorola is indeed going to employ a quad-core Kal-El processor in its upcoming tablet, then the moniker Kore makes a lot of sense.
Of course, this is a lot of speculation, and the Kore name could actually be for a mid-range Android smartphone that no one would really care about. Hopefully, we’ll hear more rumors in the near future regarding the Motorola Kore.