For some time now we are seeing how every year the number of emojis increases by adding new emoticons, sometimes responding to user requests, as was the case with the paella, a paella that is not really reflected in the emoticon that we can find on our mobile devices. The guys from Unicode, in charge of the maintenance, creation and elimination of the emoticons have just released a new video in which we can see which ones are the 69 new emoticons that are already in the hands of Apple, Microsoft and Google for them to implement in their operating systems.
Among the new emoticons that we can find in this new update launched by the Unicode consortium we find: a vomiting face, a woman nursing a child, wizards, zombies, geniuses of the lamp, elves, vampires, mermaids, a dinosaur, a cricket, a giraffe, a zebra, a sandwich, toothpicks Chinese, a coconut, broccoli, a bowl of soup, a cake, fortune cookies, pretzel, the flag of England, Scotland and Wales, a brain, an orange heart, a UFO ... and so we could go on, but the best that You can do to check all the new emojis is watch the video that we leave you below.
In the case of Android, it is very likely that these will not be available until the launch of the final version of Android O, so the safest thing is that you renew your mobile before your terminal is updated to this new version of Android, seeing the slowness shown by smartphone manufacturers when updating older terminals. In the case of iOS, if Apple gets the batteries, these 69 new emoticons are likely to be available with the launch of iOS 11, which is currently in beta, scheduled for the month of September.