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The new emoji that will arrive in 2020

New emojis that will arrive in 2020

The Consortium Unicode has announced the official list of emojis that will arrive in 2020, which, obviously, will be automatically integrated into the next updates of Android, iOS, WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and others. This list integrates 117 new emojis among which the transgender flag, a piata, the Mexican tamales and the popular stand out italian gesture.

Android and iOS will receive new emojis

The version in question that includes these new emojis is Unicode 13.0. The totality of the emojis that will be added with this version will be 62, although There will be 55 variations of gender and skin tones, as well as inclusive emojis. On the other hand, the list also integrates the pearl tea, a tuxedo, a ninja, a cockroach, a new face, a hug that could replace the current emoji that opens its arms, and many others that are not only limited to the male and female gender.

As has happened on previous occasions, The appearance of each of these emojis depend on the operating system. In short, the appearance of these emojis that you see here will not have any change in WhatsApp and iOS, although they may vary in Telegram, Facebook, Messenger and others.

When will these new emojis arrive?

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These new emojis are expected to arrive during the second half of 2020 to iOS 14, Android 11 and other platforms. Similarly, from the Unicode Consortium they report that it is possible to release a preview of the appearance of these emojis on iPhone during the global emoji day, given that they will be held on July 17.

Source | Phonescoop

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