Here's the emoji set to be coming to your smartphone in 2022

From a biting lip to a pregnant MAN: Experts reveal the emoji that will be coming to your smartphone in 2022

  • The central bank of all approved emoji has detailed the upcoming emoji designs
  • The collection includes a pregnant man in recognition of transgender people
  • There’s also new variations of the face emoji including Face Holding Back Tears
  • 이모티콘 14.0 will be approved this September before coming to devices next year
  • A saluting face, a biting lip, 산호, kidney beans and a low battery are among the emoji set to be approved this September and come to smartphones next year.

    이모티콘 백과, which is part of the Unicode Consortium, 승인된 모든 이모티콘의 중앙 은행, has revealed draft candidates for the next emoji release, 이모티콘 14.0.

    Among the additions are new variations of the face emoji – Melting Face, 경례하는 얼굴, 점선 얼굴과 눈물을 참는 얼굴.

    There’s also a pregnant man and pregnant person, to recognise that ‘pregnancy is possible for some 트랜스 젠더 men and non-binary people, Emojipedia says.

    버전 14.0’ 새로운 이모티콘 목록에는 오토바이 타이어도 포함됩니다., 슬라이드, 디스코 볼, a troll with a club and several different versions of a royal member wearing a crown, 피부색에 따라 달라지는.

    새로운 이모티콘의 '버전 14.0' 목록에는 오토바이 타이어도 포함되어 있습니다., 슬라이드, 디스코 볼, 클럽이 있는 트롤과 왕관을 쓰고 있는 여러 가지 버전의 왕실 회원, 피부색에 따라 달라지는.

    버전 14.0’ 새로운 이모티콘 목록에는 오토바이 타이어도 포함됩니다., 슬라이드, 디스코 볼, 클럽이 있는 트롤과 왕관을 쓰고 있는 여러 가지 버전의 왕실 회원, 피부색에 따라 달라지는.

    새로운 이모티콘 만들기

    이모티콘 작업 목록은 캘리포니아에 기반을 둔 유니코드 컨소시엄에서 결정합니다..

    제3자는 새로운 이모티콘을 지원하는 애플리케이션을 만들 수 있습니다..

    후보자는 이모티콘 크기에서 잘 작동해야 합니다., 새로운 의미를 전달하고 수요가 있는 것처럼 보여야 합니다..

    기존 이모티콘 사용 패턴은 유니코드 표준에 새로 추가된 내용을 안내하는 데 사용됩니다..

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    Also being introduced is the ability to choose from 15 different handshake combinations, also in a variety of races and skin tones.

    The new additions have been detailed by Emojipedia prior to World Emoji Day this Saturday (칠월 17).

    ‘As this is only a draft emoji list, each emoji is subject to change prior to final approval in September 2021,Emojipedia says in a web post.

    ‘Expect to see more about this later in the year when the final version of Unicode 14.0 이모티콘 14.0 is released on September 14.

    애플을 비롯한 기업, Google과 Microsoft는 컨소시엄 디자인의 양식화된 버전을 자체 운영 체제에 적용합니다..

    다른 운영 체제의 이모티콘에 대한 출시 날짜는 확인되지 않았습니다., 하지만 6월까지 모든 플랫폼에서 볼 수 있을 것입니다. 2022, Emojipedia says.

    '여기에 표시된 디자인은 Emojipedia 샘플 이미지입니다., 이 이모티콘이 표시되는 한 가지 방법,’ 그것은 설명한다.

    왼쪽부터: 녹는 얼굴, 눈을 뜨고 입을 가리고 있는 얼굴, 엿보는 눈으로 얼굴, 경례하는 얼굴, 점선면, 대각선 입과 눈물을 참는 얼굴. All  are among the emojis likely to be approved in September 2021

    왼쪽부터: 녹는 얼굴, 눈을 뜨고 입을 가리고 있는 얼굴, 엿보는 눈으로 얼굴, 경례하는 얼굴, 점선면, 대각선 입과 눈물을 참는 얼굴. All are among the emojis likely to be approved in September 2021

    이모티콘 14.0 should be approved this year by the Unicode Consortium before being rolled out next year

    이모티콘 14.0 should be approved this year by the Unicode Consortium before being rolled out next year

    '실제 벤더 디자인은 주요 벤더에서 출시한 디자인과 다를 수 있습니다., 및 Emojipedia의 자체 샘플 이미지도 Emoji가 업데이트될 때 업데이트될 수 있습니다. 14.0 최종 출시됩니다.’

    Emojipedia에는 ​​모든 이모티콘이 있습니다. 14.0 이름과 함께 나열된 디자인 웹사이트에서, as well as old emojis included in previous installments.

    This includes all 217 emoji for version 13.1, 작년 9월에 완료되었으며 이제 iOS에서 일반적으로 사용할 수 있습니다. 14.5, Google Pixel 기기 및 Twitter.

    버전 13.1 포함 불타는 마음, 내쉬는 얼굴과 구름 속의 얼굴, 뿐만 아니라 '커플 키스’ 그리고 '마음의 커플'’ 다양한 피부 톤과 성별로.

    이전에, 버전 13.0 에 도입 2020 트랜스젠더 플래그 추가, 산타클로스와 유명한 멸종된 도도새에 대한 성 중립적 대안.








    According to Adobe’s 2021 Global Emoji Trend Report, which also coincides with World Emoji Day, the most popular emoji worldwide is Face with Tears of Joy.

    For the report, Adobe surveyed 7,000 돔 모양의 부드러운 촉감, 영국, 독일, 프랑스, 일본, 호주, and South Korea.

    It names the three emojis that make you most likeable when chatting online with a prospective date and the three that make you the least likeable, including the highly suggestive aubergine emoji.

    Face with Tears of Joy is the favourite emoji of global emoji users around the world, according to Adobe¿s 2021 Global Emoji Trend Report

    Face with Tears of Joy is the favourite emoji of global emoji users around the world, according to Adobe’s 2021 Global Emoji Trend Report

    It also found 55 per cent of global emoji users are more comfortable expressing emotions through emojis than phone conversations.

    과 89 per cent of respondents agreed that emojis make it easier for them to communicate across language barriers.

    Also revealed prior to World Emoji Day is that Clippy, Microsoft’s virtual paperclip assistant, 이다 being brought back as an emoji on Microsoft Office.

    ARE EMOJIS RUINING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE?

    Emojis may be a fun form of communication but they are destroying the English language, a recent study by Google has revealed.

    Smiley faces, love hearts, thumbs up and other cartoon iconsrather than wordsare the preferred method of communication by teenagers, who are considered the worst offenders regarding the decline in grammar and punctuation.

    More than a third of British adults believe emojis are the reason for the deterioration in proper language usage, according to the study commissioned by the Google-owned site YouTube.

    Emoji were first used by Japanese mobile phone companies in the late 1990s to express an emotion, concept or message in a simple, graphic way. 지금, Twitter feeds, text messages and Facebook posts are crammed with them

    Emojis were first used by Japanese mobile phone companies in the late 1990s to express an emotion, concept or message in a simple, graphic way. 지금, Twitter feeds, text messages and Facebook posts are crammed with them

    Of the two thousand adults, 늙은 16 ...에 65, who were asked their views, 94 per cent reckoned English was in a state of decline, 와 80 per cent citing youngsters as the worst offenders.

    The most common errors made by Brits are spelling mistakes (21 퍼센트), followed closely by apostrophe placement (16 퍼센트) and the misuse of a comma (16 퍼센트).

    More than half of British adults are not confident with their command of spelling and grammar, the study also found.

    더욱이, around three-quarters of adults rely on emoji to communicate, in addition to a dependence on predictive text and spell checking.

    The use of emojis has seeped into our culture to such an extent that the Oxford Dictionary’s ‘Word of the Year’ 에 2015 wasn’t actually a word at allit was the Face With Tears emoji, which shows just how influential the little graphic images have become.

    They were first used by Japanese mobile phone companies in the late 1990s to express an emotion, concept or message in a simple, graphic way.

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