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WeChat Released 6 New Emojis, and They're SO ON POINT!


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Great news, emoji lovers! 


WeChat has rolled out 6 new emojis in its existing collection to spice up your conversations and help you express your complex emotions more vividly!



News went viral on Weibo as soon as it broke out, with netizens praising the social platform for introducing emojis that are even more culturally relevant to todays modern conversations.



If you havent updated your WeChat or taken a look at your chats yet, here are the 6 new emojis youll be able to use now (or soon enough):


New 6 default emojis. 

Which one do you like best?


[Broken]


[LetMeSee]





[hurt]



[666]


[Sigh]


[Boring]





Lots of users have expressed their preference for 




What about you? 

Let us know in the comments below, and use your new favorite emojis to back it up!


Note that if you cant see them in your own emoji collection now, you will soon enough. This new collection is still in the process of being rolled out across devices.


It should also be noted that not all WeChat users currently have access to the new emojis.


So there's a situation where if you successfully send a new emoji, the recipient's phone might just receive a bunch of characters.


It is expected to be available to all WeChat users soon, just try to update to the latest version. 

Source: Wechat

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