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These are the emojis that you could soon see on your phone

Remember when emojis were combinations of orthographic signs? What began as a combination of points and parentheses to express our…

These are the emojis that you could soon see on your phone

Remember when emojis were combinations of orthographic signs? What began as a combination of points and parentheses to express our feelings has ended up becoming a revolution of small images representing hundreds and hundreds of different elements, from buildings to countries, passing through animals, foods or fantastic creatures.

We owe all this to Unicode, the standard of character coding that has been increasing the catalog progressively, until reaching what we have today in any messaging application. During 2018 the works have not stopped, and a list of possible candidates that could reach all terminals in the coming months.

Of a total of 104 new emojis , only a few will be selected to become part of your device. Among the aspirants we can find some like a face that yawns, a man and a woman kneeling, an ice cube, different types of swimsuits, a band-aid, a parachute, a wheelchair or even a yo-yo , in addition to the ones you can see in the photo below.

These are the emojis that you could soon see on your phone

These are the emojis that you could soon see on your phone

Some come and some go:

In relation to the emoticons that represent people with some physical disability It is not the first indication we see of them, so everything seems to indicate that the main changes will come from that side.

In any case, the decision has not yet been made and we do not know which ones will be chosen. Until then, we will have to wait a few months to see what new emojis arrive at our terminal. Remember that last year Google put in place a system for terminals to recognize any emoticon although we could not make use of it, so you will not have compatibility problems in any case.

If you want to access the full list of candidates, you can do so through the.

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