Although a rare phenomena, but on the first glance, most people would call the white deer, "albino". However there are a lot of things we need to consider before making this judgement.
Not all white deer are albino. In most cases, the animal is considered "leucistic" when the hair lacks colouring pigment, but the eyes, noses and hooves are normal coloration. Deer with white coats and brown eyes may have some brown hairs giving the coat a tan “wash.” True albinos are rare and were estimated to be only one in 30,000, with few fawns surviving due to predators. Albinism is a recessive trait that occurs in many organisms, including mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and plants. Both parents must carry the gene. Biologists say evidence exists that albino animals may have weak eyesight or impaired hearing as well.