Samsung One UI 2.5 Emoji Changelog: All of the 116 new emojis in One UI 2.5 are based on Emoji 13.0

Samsung’s One UI 2.5 now supports the latest emojis. The latest One UI 2.5 is now available for the Galaxy Note 20 series, S20 series, Note 10 series, S10 series, and few more smartphones from Samsung.

Alongside 116 brand new emojis, this update includes a sizable number of design changes, with many of these being new gender-neutral designs for previously-released people emojis.

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Samsung is the only Android company to ship phones using its own custom emoji font that differs from the emoji set provided by Google. Other Android phones are still using emojis from Google unless the phone is a Samsung.

Samsung emojis are glossier and sometimes more detailed than those from Google. Some apps have their own custom emoji designs, including Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp.



Above you can check all the new emojis within Samsung One UI 2.5. These new emojis in One UI 2.5 are based on Emoji 13.0. Furthermore, nearly a thousand previously released emojis have had their designs updated in One UI 2.5.

A significant proportion of these changes are due to gender-inclusive designs being used where emojis don’t specify a gender. Previous Samsung One UI versions displayed non-gender-specifying using either the πŸ‘¨ Man or (more often than not) the πŸ‘© Woman variant.

Following this update, Samsung’s human emojis follow the same gender-based color pattern as Google and Twitter: purple for the πŸ‘© Woman, orange for gender-neutral πŸ§‘ Person, and blue for the πŸ‘¨ Man emojis.

πŸ†• New

Samsung’s One UI 2.5 includes two new smiley emojis and a single new gesture emoji, namely Smiling Face with Tear, Disguised Face, and Pinched Fingers. As with all gesture emojis on Samsung devices[4], Pinched Fingers supports skin tone modifiers. Also included in One UI 2.5 are two new anatomy-based emojis, Anatomical Heart, and a pair of Lungs.

There are eight new people emojis introduced in this update, all with skin tone support bar the abstracted People Hugging (as per Unicode’s recommendation). Check the image on Emojipedia.

  1. Ninja
  2. πŸ€΅β€β™‚οΈ Man in Tuxedo[5]
  3. πŸ€΅β€β™€οΈ Woman in Tuxedo
  4. πŸ‘°β€β™‚οΈ Man with Veil
  5. πŸ‘°β€β™€οΈ Woman with Veil[6]
  6. πŸ‘©β€πŸΌ Woman Feeding Baby
  7. πŸ‘¨β€πŸΌ Man Feeding Baby
  8. πŸ§‘β€πŸΌ Person Feeding Baby
  9. πŸ§‘β€πŸŽ„ Mx Claus
  10. People Hugging

There are 12 new animal emojis in One UI 2.5, including the ZWJ sequence πŸˆβ€β¬› Black Cat and πŸ»β€β„οΈ Polar Bear emojis. Check the image on Emojipedia.

  1. πŸˆβ€β¬› Black Cat
  2. Bison
  3. Mammoth
  4. Beaver
  5. πŸ»β€β„οΈ Polar Bear
  6. Dodo
  7. Feather
  8. Seal
  9. Beetle
  10. Cockroach
  11. Fly
  12. Worm

There are eight new food and drink emojis, including the popular Bubble Tea emoji. Check the image on Emojipedia.

  1. Blueberries
  2. Olive
  3. Bell Pepper
  4. Flatbread
  5. Tamale
  6. Fondue
  7. Teapot
  8. Bubble Tea

The remaining new emojis included in One UI 2.5 can be placed within the broad categories of nature, objects, and symbols. Amongst these are a PiΓ±ata, a Boomerang, and the πŸ³οΈβ€βš§οΈ Transgender Flag

  1. πŸͺ΄ Potted Plant
  2. πŸͺ¨ Rock
  3. πŸͺ΅ Wood
  4. πŸ›– Hut
  5. πŸ›» Pickup Truck
  6. πŸ›Ό Roller Skate
  7. πŸͺ„ Magic Wand
  8. πŸͺ… PiΓ±ata
  9. πŸͺ† Nesting Dolls
  10. πŸͺ‘ Sewing Needle
  11. πŸͺ’ Knot
  12. 🩴 Thong Sandal
  13. πŸͺ– Military Helmet
  14. πŸͺ— Accordion
  15. πŸͺ˜ Long Drum
  16. πŸͺ™ Coin
  17. πŸͺƒ Boomerang
  18. πŸͺš Carpentry Saw
  19. πŸͺ› Screwdriver
  20. πŸͺ Hook
  21. πŸͺœ Ladder
  22. πŸ›— Elevator
  23. πŸͺž Mirror
  24. πŸͺŸ Window
  25. πŸͺ  Plunger
  26. πŸͺ€ Mouse Trap
  27. πŸͺ£ Bucket
  28. πŸͺ₯ Toothbrush
  29. πŸͺ¦ Headstone
  30. πŸͺ§ Placard
  31. πŸ³οΈβ€βš§οΈ Transgender Flag

πŸ†™ Changed

🀣 Rolling on the Floor Laughing has a bigger open-mouthed smile and larger tears of joy.

🀀 Drooling Face has had the placement of its eyes and eyebrows modified.

🧐 Face with Monocle now has its mouth slightly open and has thicker eyebrows contorted in a new fashion.

😡 Dizzy Face has had its eyebrows inverted, with its X-shaped eyes now closer together.

πŸ˜– Confounded Face has had its pained mouth and eyes more closely crunched together.

πŸ‘° Person With Veil has a new gender-inclusive appearance, making way for the new gender-specific options in this release.

🀡 Person in Tuxedo has a new gender-inclusive appearance, making way for the new gender-specific options in this release.

πŸ§‘β€πŸ€β€πŸ§‘ People Holding Hands now has both gender neutral individuals wearing orange instead of green.

πŸ¦Έβ€β™€οΈ Woman Superhero’s costume now has a purple cape and mask, echoing the purple used for other πŸ‘© Woman emojis within the set.

πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ¦± Woman: Medium-Light Skin Tone, Curly Hair now has dark blond hair, matching other emojis using this skin tone within the set.

πŸ‘ͺ Family now displays two gender neutral adults and one gender neutral πŸ§’ Child.

🀼 People Wrestling now features two non-gender-specific people both wearing orange.[7]

πŸ’‘ Couple with Heart now displays two gender-neutral people instead of a πŸ‘© Woman and πŸ‘¨ Man.

πŸ‘† Input

All 116 new emoji designs are accessible via the latest version of the Samsung emoji keyboard. When using the Samsung emoji keyboard, all three gender options are displayed upfront in the keyboard for all people emojis. This is distinct from the Google Gboard keyboard, where only the gender-neutral designs are shown initially and gender-specific variants can be accessed by pressing and holding down on a specific gender-neutral emoji. Check the image on Emojipedia.

Users are also able to access skin tone variants of 🀝 Handshake and the three versions of πŸ‘― People with Bunny Ears. These skin tone options are not currently recommended for general Interchange (RGI) by Unicode. Check on Emojipedia.

There is an issue with the πŸ‘ͺ Family emoji, however. Despite the πŸ‘ͺ Family design being updated to display gender-neutral individuals, the non-RGI skin tone modifier versions of this emoji were not updated in the same way.

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