Emoji Versions & Sources, v13.0
This chart shows when each emoji code point first appeared in a Unicode version, and which sources the character corresponds to. For example, “ZDings+ARIB+JCarrier” indicates that the character also appears in the Zapf Dingbats, the ARIB set, and the Japanese Carrier set. Some emoji before 2015 (and all emoji before 2010) are proleptic (they were only later considered emoji). It does not include emoji sequences, except for keycaps and flags.
While these charts use a particular version of the Unicode Emoji data files, the images and format may be updated at any time. For any production usage, consult those data files. For information about the contents of each column, such as the CLDR Short Name, click on the column header. For further information, see Index & Help.