The Unicode Consortium, a non-profit corporation that request or solicits proposal from the public for which new emoji should be considered for inclusion in the standard. Recently, Unicode Consortium has confirmed that they will introduce 117 new emojis later this year. The emojis will be introduced as part of Emoji 13.0. There will be a total of 62 new emojis and 55 new gender and skin tone variants of emoji.
The new addition of emoji consists of a smiling face with a tear, the ninja, and new animals. Moreover, there is a transgender flag emoji, an emoji where a man is feeding baby with a bottle, a female version of Santa Claus and many more.
Here is preview of the emojis before their official launch:
Users can expect to see or use these new set of emojis by the second half of 2020. Android will add these emojis in the beta version around August while the smartphones operating on iOS may witness the emojis in October or in November.