Sony Ericsson has announced the K630 that they describe as a "stylish all-rounder".

Boasting HSDPA, email on the move via the preloaded Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, drag and drop transfer for media files with Memory Stick Micro expansion up to 4GB and a 2-megapixel camera, that description doesn't sound far off.

Looks-wise, the K630 will be available in either "Quick Black" or "Havana Gold" (which we suspect will be exclusive to Vodafone in the UK) the phone weighs in at 97 grams and we would say has classic SE candybar, rather than an

amazingly

stylish appearance.

A PC-like web surfing experience is claimed by Sony Ericsson, with desktop widgets offering one press access to fave websites from the phone's desktop screen as well as RSS feeds that can be set up.

Pics from the 2-megapixel camera can be instantly uploaded to an online gallery or blog, while music-wise there's a dedicated music key.

The phone features has in-built Media Browser, meaning that there is one location on the K630’s menu to launch the music player, video player or photo gallery, and so access all of your in-phone content.

The K630 comes with new Media Manager software that will auto-convert music tracks or video clips into phone-friendly formats.

The Sony Ericsson K630 will be available from Q4 2007, we're waiting for confirmation about a UK release.