Here are the 2020 new emojis which you will use it daily

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Every year, the Unicode Consortium reveals new emojis for messaging purposes. This year the Unicode Consortium reveals a total of 117 new emoji. You can be seeing these emojis rolled out globally as soon as later this year only. According to the Unicode Consortium, these 117 emojis will be part of the Emoji 13.0 update.

The moment I looked at the few of the emojis from the list, I have already know which emoji will be mostly used. Could you guess it? Comment your answer below. For this year lineup, you can expect there are 62 new emojis. On top of that, there is an additional 55 new gender emoji which comes in different skin tones. Personally, I like the ninja emoji which I can use when I am chatting with my friends.

Emojis to value the transgender community

Thanks to Emojipedia, where they have shared the first look of the new emojis. I remember when once I was watching The Emoji Movie, I really wanted to have emojis which can really animate. If that type of emojis rolled trust me, it is going to be a game-changer for the messaging platform.

Apart from that, the Emoji Consortium for the first time has included the transgender flag emoji. According to TheVerge, this transgender flag emoji and the transgender emoji was sponsored by both Google and Microsoft. If you notice on the image above, there is a few emoji where Google introduced which are the “person in a tuxedo” and a “person in veil”. These emojis are created to show appreciation towards the transgender community.

In conclusion, these are the emoji’s which I feel you guys going to use it for your daily messaging. We will update you once the Emoji 13.0 is rolled out globally during the fall this year. Stay tuned for more updates from us.

Raaj Lokanathan
Raaj Lokanathan
A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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