Unicode released, last Wednesday (29), 117 new emojis that will be released in 2020. The stickers are part of the Emoji 13.0 update and should reach Android phones, iPhone (iOS) and other systems soon. Altogether, there are 62 unique drawings, including animals, such as cockroach and black cat; miscellaneous objects, such as slippers, skates and accordion; foods, such as olives and peppers, and new representations of people. The catalog will have another 55 variations of skin tone and gender.
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Caring for social inclusion, the new icons also bear the flag of transgender pride, suggested by Google and Microsoft, and the figure of Santa Claus with different skin tones and genres. It is worth remembering that the Emoji 12.0 catalog, released in 2019, brought new 230 designs, several of which focus on locomotion deficiency. The deadline for the arrival of new emojis on smartphones and other online services depends on the adoption of each manufacturer. Likewise, the look of the stickers can also vary up to the final version.
Emoji 13.0 brings more inclusive designs Photo: Divulgao / Unicode
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Among the new stickers, we also highlight the emojis of men dressed as brides and women with tuxedos, a proposal made by Google for the new update. There is also the drawing of a person giving a baby a bottle, which also has an inclusive proposal, and the image of two people embracing, to express empathy.
Emoji 13.0 catalog brings more inclusive cones Photo: Divulgao / Unicode
In addition to the aforementioned stickers, the Emoji 13.0 pack includes images of situations and very specific everyday items, such as pitted olives and Bubble Tea, a kind of iced tea with bubbles that is usually served very sweet. Among the curious designs, it is also possible to note accordion, pencil, ninjas, toothbrush, screwdriver and even a mouse trap.
Unicode is a consortium responsible for the standard of emojis. Annually, the organization decides which new cards will be added to the catalog. It is worth mentioning that, although the big technology companies are facing new proposals for emojis, anyone can suggest images for the institution.
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