Nokia are obviously not doing a great job preventing those leaks as another of their handsets has been previewed well-ahead of its official announcement. This time it's the Nokia C7 and even though the preview doesn't give us all the details it gets clear that the C7 is a slightly trimmed-down Nokia N8, coming at a lower price.
Despite his history of legal issues with Nokia, Eldar Murtazin from mobile-review.com posted a preview of the Nokia C7. The handset obviously takes the N8 base, but uses a cheaper body (plastic rather than anodized aluminum) and cuts down a few features . The major cut is the camera - 8MP and LED flash vs. the 12MP camera with xenon flash on the N8.
HDMI is also gone and the internal memory has been halved to 8GB. The rest of it is the same - 3.5" nHD AMOLED, 680MHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 1200mAh Li-Ion battery and of course Symbian^3. The Nokia C7 also supports the latest local wireless connectivity - Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0 (which hit 10Mbit/s during testing).
Eldar Murtazin estimates that the Nokia C7 will be available in mid-October or November for 350 euro (based on the announced 370 euro price of the N8 with actual prices of around 450 euro for pre-order).
Source (Site in Russian)