The world is going crazy for emoji. World Emoji day is 17 July. Australia gets a kangaroo and mango.
Channel 7 Sunrise GadgetGuy Val Quinn, said, “This is a universal, iconic language understood by all. We are going to see lots more emoji. It’s now part of the way we communicate. We are going to see more personalised and customised emoji.”
Val is enthusiastic about the new personalised emoji featured on Samsung’s Galaxy S9/+. It takes a photo of you, emojises it (converts to an animated emoji), and you can do so much with it.
“You can put a bit of flair on it, a smile or a wave. It can reflect how you feel too,” he added.