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Here are all 64 of the new emoji we're getting in 2020

Business Insider Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Here are all 64 of the new emoji we're getting in 2020· Unicode released a preview of the new emoji coming to smartphones in 2020.
· They include more animals, non-gendered characters, and other features.
· Notable new additions include a ninja, bubble tea, and the trans flag.
· Here's a look at all 64 of the just-announced new generation of emoji.
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News video: Introducing 2020's New Inclusive Emojis

Introducing 2020's New Inclusive Emojis 00:56

The Unicode Consortium has revealed 117 new emojis! The fresh batch include the transgender flag and more gender-inclusive options, including a variety of skin tones.

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