At its annual developer’s conference on May 11, 2022, Google officially announced the Pixel Tablet. However, there are still few details about the upcoming tablet. Tensor chips are expected to be included in 2023. An online report today revealed some new information about the tablet. It is likely that the upcoming Pixel tablet will run Android 13 only in 64-bit mode.

Mishaal Rahman recently tweeted that Google is testing 64-bit-only builds of Android 13 for the Pixel tablet codenamed “Tangor.” While this will reduce RAM usage, 32-bit applications will no longer be supported on the tablet. The Play Store’s 2019 mandate requires most apps to support 64-bit, so this shouldn’t be a problem.

Previously, Apple had already made iOS 64-bit-only in 2017. Pixel Tablet will be among the first Android devices to ship with a 64-bit version of Android 13.
It is expected that the Google Pixel tablet will be released in 2023. It is still almost a year away from launch, so we can expect the Tensor 2 or 3 chipset to power it. A recent version of Android is likely to come preinstalled on it. Stylus support may also be added. The Pixel Tablet is also reportedly not capable of recording 4K video. The Pixel 6 series also lacks a number of photo and video features.