We do know that Samsung will be rolling out the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the near future, and so far it will come in black according to popular knowledge. Well, it seems that there will be a white version in the pipeline as well, as Samsung actually showed off a white version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for folks who will be attending the Google I/O 2011 conference.

Now just what difference will the white model of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 bring to the table? We don’t really know just yet, but it could just be a cosmetic change from the usual business black, since the design is similar to the 8.6mm slim version that was shown earlier this March. According to an XDA owner (and others), they claim that the Android 3.0 Honeycomb slate will ship with HSPA+ and 3G connectivity, 16GB of internal memory and perhaps 32GB in some cases, with the possibility of Wi-Fi only models in the pipeline as well.

No word on when the white model will ship, but it could be within the same early June timeframe to keep the black version company.

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