Over the past few years we’ve seen tons of emoji additions that continue to help us add meaning to our digital communication. Emoji 15.0 will include moose, black bird, donkey, 3 new hearts (pink, grey and light blue), hair pick, Khanda and maracas among others.
The Emojipedia Sample Images shown above are just one way in which these emojis might look, created by Emojipedia’s Head of Emoji Design Joshua Jones.
This is our eighth year of providing sample emoji designs ahead of their official arrival on emoji keyboards.
Actual vendor designs will vary from those released by major vendors, and Emojipedia’s own sample images may also be updated when Emoji 15.0 final is released.
Additionally, as this is only a draft emoji list, each emoji is subject to change prior to final approval in September 2022.
However, it is worth noting the majority of draft emoji candidates have ended up included on the final list over the last number of years – including every emoji we previewed from last year’s Emoji 14.0 draft list ahead of World Emoji Day 2021.
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