The DM-P205 is geared toward both kids and adults, so it looks like a real cell phone. Read full review
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The DM-P205 has a relatively bland exterior. Read full review
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The DM-P205 has a trim profile. Read full review
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The camera lens is the only feature on the DM-P205's rear face. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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The DM-P205 won't weigh you down. Read full review
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The DM-P205 fits comfortably in your hand. Read full review
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The DM-P205's controls are spacious but are flush with the surface of the phone. Read full review
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The DM-P205's camera includes a flash. Read full review
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