InsideHW concludes this phone is quite expensive in comparison with the competition.
"It might seem that we were too harsh towards the last Nokia model we’ve
reviewed, namely their flagship model N8. Yet we were as harsh as the
phone deserved us to be. There can be no compromise with the flagship
model; some things just aren’t forgivable. And while N8 had been hyped
up beyond any justification more than six months before it actually hit
the market, the press release concerning Nokia’s other three new models
went rather unnoticed - C6-01, C7 and E7 didn’t seem to have caught
anyone’s attention. The C-series has always been treated by Nokia as the
“entrance” category, the initial step into the phone world. Roughly
translated into numbers from the previous era, the C-series would cover
models marked 1xxx to 5xxx. There’s even a division within the C-series
itself, with models from C5 upwards being smartphones with the Symbian
operating system. The currently leading model from the C-series, namely
C7, is supposedly Nokia’s last model based on the S³ platform…"