Welcome to the forum! If you do not know the genetic background of the gecko, it’s not possible to tell from appearance alone exactly what morph it is. What you can tell is that your little one is one of the 3 strains of albino, and has a banded pattern. It’s not possible to visually differentiate the different strains of albino. There are also morphs that can affect the eye (Eclipse, BAE, Marble Eye, etc.), so to guess whether one of those is present you’d need to take clear, close up shots of both eyes.
I agree with @mblaney and add that it may also be a snow. Like with albinos, the line of snow can’t be told from appearance alone.
That eye appears normal. If the other eye is the same as this one, then I think it’s safe to assume that no morphs affecting eye color are present phenotypically.
The other eye is the same… I’m just extremely curious on what morph it is