Unicode 10 New Characters
Unicode 10.0 is released on 2017 June 20.
Unicode 10.0 adds 8,518 characters, for a total of 136,690 characters. These additions include 4 new scripts, for a total of 139 scripts, as well as 56 new emoji characters.
The new scripts and characters in Version 10.0 add support for lesser-used languages and unique written requirements worldwide.
|Script||Number of Characters||Note|
|Masaram Gondi||75||Used to write Gondi in Central and Southeast India. Gondi writing|
|Nüshu||396||女书. Used by women in China to write poetry and other discourses until the late twentieth century Nüshu script|
|Soyombo||80||Used in historic Buddhist texts to write Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Mongolian Soyombo alphabet|
|Zanabazar Square||72||Used in historic Buddhist texts to write Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Mongolian Zanabazar Square alphabet|
|Syriac letters||?||Used for writing Suriyani Malayalam, also known as Garshuni and as Syriac Malayalam Syriac alphabet|
|Gujarati signs||132||Used for the transliteration of the Arabic script into Gujarati by Ismaili Khoja communities Gujarati alphabet|
|Hentaigana||285||Hentaigana (変体仮名) characters used in Japan (historic variants of Hiragana characters) Hentaigana|
|CJK Extension||7,473||Chinese characters|
- Bitcoin sign
- A set of Typicon marks and symbols
Unicode 10 New Emoji
Note: font won't become available until Google, Microsoft, Apple etc release them. Probably around end of 2017.
Here's a image rendering.
Here's the actual characters:
Person with Situation
[see Unicode Emoji 😄]