HTC didn't just stop with the 3D, they added a few more user friendly features to the HTC EVO 3D. They're very simple additions, but it's the small things that make the HTC EVO 3D stand out, just a little bit more. For instance, the home screen makes a full circle, instead of stopping at the last screen. Simply slide to the left and eventually you end up on the right and vice versa. Slide your finger fast enough and a little carousel of sorts starts, spinning the home screens like a cube. A small addition, but actually extremely helpful.
The dedicated camera button is not a small little inset button like on most other smartphones, instead, the HTC 3D has a big, circular, silver button sticking out. While some may dislike the odd little button sticking out, it did make camera use feel more natural. A simple change, but once again, gives the HTC EVO 3D a slightly different feel. It seems the HTC EVO 3D has taken a different route from the HTC Thunderbolt, opting to mix things up a bit with change.
Like all Android smartphones, the HTC EVO 3D is no different when it comes to learning the phone. The touchscreen interface is easy to digest and learn for people of all ages. The con is in the viewing angle for 3D, like the Optimus 3D, there's a very limited viewing angle to get the 3D working out correctly.