Since this week, WhatsApp has begun to implement more than 100 new emojis in its chats, and we are going to tell you which are the new emojis that you will find in WhatsApp so that you can use them or see if there is one that you particularly like.
Here, you have to keep in mind that there are not 107 different emoji models, as several of the models have different variants of colors and genders, so it is because of this that the number is so large, only 37. We, In this list, we are not going to give you the hundred, but we are going to tell you only those that are different unique models and have been added.
New emoji models
Next, we are going to give you a list of the new emoji models that have arrived on WhatsApp. Here, we are not going to count the color variants, just the new designs. So there are not going to be 107, but there are a few new ones.
- Melting Face: A smiley face that melts.
- Face with open eyes and hand over mouth: A face that covers its mouth, as if scared or surprised.
- Face with peeping eye: Like a scared face that covers its eyes, but leaves one open.
- Salute Face: A military-style salute.
- Dotted Line Face: Wants to be invisible and hide.
- Face Holding Back Tears: It looks like she’s crying with a smile.
- Diagonal Mouth Face: A crooked mouth gesture.
- Crowned Person: A gender-neutral face wearing a crown.
- Pregnant person: A pregnant gender-neutral person.
- Pregnant man: A pregnant man.
- Lip Biting: A suggestive lip gesture.
- Troll: A troll smiling evilly.
- Left Hand: A left hand that is going to be shaken.
- Right Hand: A right hand that is going to be shaken.
- Palm-down hand: A palm-down gesture.
- Palm-up hand: A gesture with the palm up.
- Hand with index finger and thumb crossed: This gesture means to make a heart with the index finger and thumb.
- An index pointing: Pointing accusingly.
- Heart Hands: A classic gesture for drawing a heart.
- New Handshakes**: Based on the new left and right-hand designs, using multiple skin tones.
- Empty nest
- nest with eggs
- pour liquid
- Mirror ball
- Low battery
- Bone scan
- ID card
- heavy equal sign
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