Overall, the interface is not too different from what HTC users have come to expect on their Sense-powered devices. There are, of course, a plethora of new animations and effects from Lollipop. Sense 6.0 incorporates the new multitasking interface from Lollipop, as well as access to lock screen notifications. The new quick settings are also there, as is the ability to search within the Settings app. As you can tell, though, the biggest changes for HTC One M8 users appear to come in terms of new features, rather than interface changes.
The screenshots also reveal a new “easy mode” that appears to simplify things for the less-technologically advanced users. Easy mode simply offers a grid of icons for the most commonly used features on the device, including contacts, camera, phone, gallery, messages, and internet. The icons are all large and easily recognizable, making the interface easy to navigate and understand.