LG DM-L200 review: LG DM-L200

The LG DM-L200 takes quality pictures.

Like the other Disney Mobile phone, the Pantech DM-P100, the star attraction of the LG DM-L200 lies in its Disney content. The Entertainment portion especially features access to Disney (and non-Disney) ring tones, images, wallpapers, color themes, and applications. You also get access to Disney Zone, a Web portal with access to Disney Radio and other applications such as Disney Trivial Pursuit. A couple of games are also included (EA Hockey and Narnia Chess), though you can download more.

Parents will find the phone's Family Center service incredibly useful in keeping track of their kids and monitoring their calls. They can control their children's phones by limiting their minutes, messaging options, and downloads and even receive an alert when boundaries are met. They can prohibit outgoing calls to certain numbers and schedule time limits on the child's phone. Perhaps the most interesting thing about the Family Center service is the Family Locator that utilizes GPS technology to keep track of the kids. Parents can even use a Family Alert that will send a message to one or all family members simultaneously. These additional services vary in cost, so check out our review of the Pantech DM-P100 for the full scoop on Disney Mobile's pricing scales.

We tested the dual-band dual-mode (CDMA 800/1900; AMPS 800) LG DM-L200 on Sprint's network in San Francisco. Call quality was good overall, though there were occasions where it sounded scratchy and a little tinny. Most callers could tell we were on a cell phone. As for the speakerphone quality, it was about the same, and the volume was fine. We tried out Disney Mobile's GPS tracking service with another LG DM-L200 and found it worked quite easily. We could simply select the child's phone and choose to track it, and an interactive map would show up with the location as well as the street's address and any noticeable landmarks. The child's phone would then receive a text message that it's being tracked by the parent's phone.

The LG DM-L200 has a rated talk time of four hours, which we met in our tests. It has a promised standby time of 14 days. According to FCC radiation tests, the LG-DM L200 has a digital SAR rating of 0.75 watt per kilogram and an analog SAR rating of 1.12 watts per kilogram.

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    LG DM-L200

    Part Number: DM-L200
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    Quick Specifications See All

    • Talk Time Up to 240 min
    • Technology CDMA
    • Combined with With digital camera
    • Service Provider not specified
    • Weight 3.7 oz
    • Sensor Resolution 1.3 pixels