I realize this thread is old, but I'd pay full price for a version of Painter that works on Android and more importantly supports integrated pens "first," over touch.
I'd love a painting app that's even close to what Painter could do on my Macs and PCs in the nineties. Painter 6 level would be ideal from what I recall.
Android since 4.x, introduced the APIs for pen input, which include all aspects that Wacom supports -- tilt, rotation, pressure, etc.. There are several tablets on the market now that include a pen, but this new Note 10.1" is the one I'm convinced will get the market share with its integrated Wacom -- the phone version has already sold 10 million.
I bought the Note 10.1" last Thursday and it has a Wacom stylus on it with 1024 levels of pressure support. That tid-bit along with specs( Quad 1.4 with 2 gigs of ram. ) that make it more powerful than my old G4 workstation( Dual 1.25 with 2 gigs of ram. ) -- that I used to paint posters on -- make this Android tablet a truly ultra portable painting tablet; something for getting out "color" ideas on the go -- and if the program is good enough, I could even replace my sketchbook.
The tablets tracking and pressure is just as good as my Cintiq 12wx, which I have plugged into my MacBook Pro 17". The Note wouldn't replace my portable workstation of course, but it's something I'll bring with me every where -- so alongside my sketch book. Packing up my Cintiq and Mac take a bit of thought.
Anyways it just needs software, a program like Painter. Android has everything going for it to become the next platform for digital artists IMO -- if Apple and MS continue to lock up their OSs. The buzz is all mobile and to be quite frank, the iPad is atrocious for doing any art on -- Apple already stated their negative disposition on styluses, file systems, and user choice in general... -- where as I could actually complete a paid piece on this new Note 10.1", or even edit files for clients when out and about.
And with Android, one can sell software directly from their site, so Corel could sell to peeps like me directly.
There's a real emerging market on Android for artists going by how many Notes have already sold and the fact it's a truly open OS. It would be a shame if Painter never made a foot hold, where as watered down blah like SketchBook Pro are already making headway.
Anyways, that's my ramble/plee! It's not too late Corel! Androids with Wacom tech integrated are here and they're popular! I paid $600 for the tablet after tax and I'd pay another $400+ for a real painting application to use on it. :O