Android Q Beta 3 offers 230 new emojis including 53 gender-neutral emojis

Google adds 230 new emojis including 53 gender-neutral emojis with Android Q beta. All you need to know.


Google in its annual developer conference announced the Android Q Beta and now it has been announced that the search giant is adding 230 new emojis which also includes 53 exclusive gender-neutral emojis. Basically, these emojis are mean for both man and women, without distinguishing between specific sexual orientation.

Android Q Beta 3 offers 230 new emojis including 53 gender-neutral emo


The emojis are added under the Android Q Beta and available for Google devices only. These emojis also include people holding hands, with the combination of women or men. The company has designed the combinations of emojis with the mixture of skin tones, for example, two men with the same skin tone, one light and one dark skin tone.

Apart from this, the company has also included emojis which represents differently-abled people. Meanwhile there also icons which don't represent any gender and up for all.

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According to the report, the newly added emojis will accessible only for Pixel smartphone before rolling out to other Android devices. However, pixel users can't send these emojis to devices which don't support the gender-neutral emojis.

We can expect these emojis to arrive soon to all the Android devices. Hope Apple and Facebook will also adopt something from this and include it on their platforms.


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