- Google is bringing support for Unicode 15.
- Support for Unicode 15 is available in the Android 13 QPR2 beta 2 update.
- The stable version of QPR2 is scheduled to come in March.
Google is rolling out its Android 13 QPR2 beta 2 update today. Along with the update will come support for Unicode 15, which will bring 2o new emoji to Pixel devices.
Emojipedia announced Unicode 15 — a consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text — back in September 2022. The latest version of the Unicode Standard contains a new batch of emojis that include things like a shaking face, a jellyfish, a donkey, and more. Shortly after the announcement, Google made its own announcement that it would bring support for Unicode 15 to its products early next year.