Sorry to say, be careful on the "in the future" clause.
My point is the vendor is not responsible to your selection/ownership of the tablet.
That will be the key equation. There are so many variables there.
battery consumption (if not triggering auto-power save),
memory (both RAM and eMMC space) <-- how little at your disposal,
CPU multitasking and resources availability at disposal <-- remember Android internals (individual app is running on top of the JVM-like execution environment), it has never been as fast/efficient as a plain fast/optimal Operating System (Windows or Linux)
Bear in mind a full fledged stacking (not brain dead dumb type), with high resolution imager and high frame rate, will be a major burden, even for a laptop.
Over the years, people kept on saying I want to port my application(s) from Windows to a tablet (for light weight, better form factor, nothing attached, etc.)
I am not saying it's always feasible, there are many valid use cases.
I have some doubt that the end-"total solution" will be fluid, versatile, and suitable for all use cases.
No doubt people will define their own success factor and declare victory to justify the route chosen.
Remember the vendor is just selling you a special favor of camera and hope the best. Tablet side has many variables. Who's going to provide the assurance on "it will work"?
My 2 cents