New emoji express the difficulties of 2020
New emoji express the difficulties of 2020

The Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organization that oversees emoji standards and is responsible for releasing new versions. The company announced a new emojis update that adds 200 new skin colors to many of the existing emojis and focuses on the appearance of this pair.

It is expected that the new emoji will be launched via the limited edition "Emoji 13.1" for mobile phones next year. This means that there will be more opportunities this year to express pain.

The Unicode Consortium has called the new update a "minor release". Its mission is to add new emojis by 2022.

The Unicode Consortium originally planned to release the biggest update, "Emoji 14.0", in March next year. However, due to the coronavirus epidemic, the release date has been pushed back to September.

This means that different operating systems may not be able to integrate updates until the end of 2021 or even sometime in 2022, so there are no more new emojis. Next year.

Key additions (appropriate this year) include a heart bandage, a burning heart that can express regret, and faces whose eyes are raised and unable to control their behavior or see the world.

Most of the updated content (including 200 of 217 new emojis) is devoted to heart emoji skin tone and kissing emojis.

The current option only provides the default yellow skin tone for these two options. However, with the new update, you can select other skin tones as well as see the relationship between different races.

Other additions are daydreaming clouds, stunning faces, or clouds of smoke.

Assuming the most complete "Emoji 14.0" package arrives in 2022, the update could arrive on your phone between January and October 10, 2021.

Although the "Emoji 13.1" update is relatively simple, the Unicode Consortium said: A group of volunteers put this update together so that users will have something new at least in 2021.

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