Google seems to be planning, or at least considering, the release of a Pixel Tablet tablet with a 64-bit version of Android. This evidence was found in Android 13, a stable version of which became available to Pixel users this week. If so, Google's future tablet will not be able to launch obsolete 32-bit applications.
Under the Android 13 source code, it was mentioned that the Tangor device would only be translated into a 64-bit version of Android. According to available data, under the code name Tangor, the Pixel Tablet tablet is being developed. Google is expected to release Pixel Tablet next year and will be supplied with Android 13, as well as a set of applications optimized to work on the tablet.
Despite the fact that Google has been moving towards 64-bit Android for a year now, which will increase productivity and provide a higher level of safety, the process is rather slow. This is due to the fact that many different developers around the world have produced devices under Android control. However, work in this direction has been under way. Since 2019, Google has committed developers who want to publish their products on Play Market to create 64-bit versions of its applications. The company has made exceptions for some products, but since August 2021 all applications in Play Market must have 64-bit versions.