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WhatsApp releases new emoji (Unicode 15.0) for beta testers  

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WhatsApp was recently spotted testing several features, including the ability to mute spam calls from unknown numbers and self-destructive groups. and released a new Unicode 15.0 emoji set for beta testers. New Unicode 15.0 emojis have been spotted in his WhatsApp Beta v2.23.5.13 for Android.

This feature was first discovered in his December 2022, when his WhatsApp Beta v2.23.5.13 rollout for beta testers finally started. Visibility varies from person to person, and for some users, the new Unicode 15.0 emoji appear in his WhatsApp Beta v2.23.5.12, according to WABetaInfo.

The new emojis may not be visible to all WhatsApp beta users right away

Unicode 15.0 emoji was released in September 2022  and available to WhatsApp beta testers. This will allow a messaging user to use his 21 Unicode 15.0 emojis directly in his WhatsApp. You no longer need to rely on alternative keyboards to achieve the same goals. The new Unicode 15.0 emojis are available in WhatsApp Beta and should not be far off in stable channels.

The gaps between apps and operating systems to perform certain functions are different due to different update timings. Some apps, such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp, design their own Unicode-compliant emoji to ensure that users can use them regardless of whether they arrive with a software update. However, one device using the same app might see the new emoji, but another might not.

WhatsApp emoji

The 21 new Unicode 15.0 emojis now available in WhatsApp Beta include Gray Heart, Blue Heart, Pink Heart, Hands Pushing Left and Right, Jellyfish, Ginger, Face Shake, Kanda, Wireless and more. A complete list of Unicode 15.0 emojis can be found here. 

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