Google I/O 2011 has kicked off and people who have attended have all been given a white Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition, Engadget were lucky enough to attend and have posted some photos and a video of the tablet.
In the video (embedded further down this post) we get to see its beautiful design, the rear of the tablet has a vanilla color, if you look closely you can see that the vanilla back is covered in Android figures, also there are chrome accents around the side. If you have not checked out the Galaxy 10.1 specs you can check them out here.
One thing which is hard to ignore is the super-thin design, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is just 8.6mm thin, this is thinner than the iPad 2. There has been no word on pricing yet, therefore we will have to keep you posted as we hear more.
Below we have embedded a photo of the rear of the device, you can clearly see the attention to detail Samsung has taken with the dozens of Androids on the back cover, also you get to see a glimpse of the 8 megapixel camera on the rear. You can see a fully gallery of images via this link.
We are unsure whether the white Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is limited to attendees of the Google I/O or if Samsung plan on manufacturing a few hundred for sales, therefore we will have to keep you posted.
Remember to check out the image and video embedded below, do you like the design?