A new year brings new emojis to iOS and Android devices
A new year means new emojis and a full list of the new emojis for 2020 can be found here.
According to Tech Radar, Unicode Consortium is the non-profit organization that chooses the new emojis annually, and this year they've announced a grand total of 65.
This year's crop of emojis demonstrate increased efforts towards embracing cultural diversity and environmental awareness.
Some of the new pics include the transgender flag and symbol and extinct animals like the dodo and a mammoth.
Unicode says the new emojis are likely to roll out in September or October.
The final decision of a release date depends on companies like Apple and Google.
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