Emoji hopefuls for 2019 include emoticons for people with disabilities - and a ...

Unicode has released a list of potential emojis for 2019, just days before the 11.0 set of emoticons is unveiled.

New possibilities include the heavily requested flamingo and white heart emoticons.

There may also be multiple emojis for people with disabilities, such as a service dog, a hearing aid, a motorized wheelchair, and a mechanical leg and arm.

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Possible emojis for 2019 include a heavily requested flamingo and white heart. There also may be multiple emojis for people with disabilities, such as a service dog, a hearing aid, a motorized wheelchair, and a mechanical leg and arm

Possible emojis for 2019 include a heavily requested flamingo and white heart. There also may be multiple emojis for people with disabilities, such as a service dog, a hearing aid, a motorized wheelchair, and a mechanical leg and arm

A few months ago, Apple had proposed 13 emojis for people with hearing, motor and vision disabilities, and it seems like Unicode has been listening.

Other possibilities in the preview list include a one-piece swimsuit, ballet shoes, an orangutan, a waffle and a Hindu Temple.

Unicode 12.0 is slated for release in March 2019, and the potential emojis may change before then.

The emoji 11.0 set from The Unicode Consortium will join the 2,666 other emoji that exist on June 5, although it may take some time before mobile phone makers add them to their software.

The 157 emoji upcoming emoji sport a range of new hairstyles, including red-haired, curly-haired, white-haired and bald people.

Others include a cold and hot face, male and female superheros and villains, a well as a lab-coat, kangaroo and mango. 

The Unicode Consortium announced in February that it has produced a new set of 157 emoji that will be available to Apple, Google and Microsoft on June 5. Among the new emoji are red-haired people, a freezing face, a face with three hearts, a sponge, a flask and superheroes

The Unicode Consortium announced in February that it has produced a new

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