I'm afraid though Linux still suffers from the black screen of complexity (the terminal window). Bodhi, while incredibly attractive, from my understanding lacks an integrated context sensitive popup keyboard which is a dealbreaker . The key to any good distro is out of the box usability, a good example of this is how Linux Mint has overtaken Ubuntu. Usability invariably comes from the quality and ease of the human computer interaction. Having used a Samsung Galaxy tab, I can say with some conviction that Android, for all it's faults, is still a slick very well polished touch based OS that puts all other linux touch based OS' in the shade.
As such, I'm afraid I'm forced to look toward the more greener, more robotic pastures as opposed to the colder shores of the penguins.