Hi Everyone, I'm pondering whether to buy a One X or a One XL (not the AT&T locked one, but the international version of it, soon to be available in Hong-Kong it seems). I've just seen the benchmarks for the One XL posted on Engadget, along with the observation that battery life is much better for it. Having LTE also goes for it, though it's more something for the future-I'm not in a country with LTE right now. BUT the lower internal storage and future-proofness of a dual-core vs. a quad-core have got me wondering. 1. Is a dual-core S4 more future-proof than a quad-core with A9 architecture? Perhaps the quad core will prove better at multitasking eventually, or start showing its strength once more apps are optimized for multi-threading? 2. Seeing how quick HTC has been on the One X updates, I'm kind of fearing that the XL will be a little orphan with less support over time. Eventually, the One X after numerous software updates might well end up outperforming the XL.... 3. Battery life: it looks like the XL beats the X hands-down for now, but again with software updates things might break more or less even. So it comes down to future-proofness. What are you guys' thoughts on this?