Microsoft announces more newly redesigned 3D emojis

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Key notes

  • People were starting to forget about this whole scandal, and Microsoft drops another bomb.
  • Users were furious after learning that the advertised 3D emojis were not for Windows 11.
  • Now, the tech giant shows off a picture of yet another redesigned emoji of a turtle, on Twitter.
  • It's still unclear what turns this story will take in the future and what app will have this new feature.
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This has been an emotional rollercoaster since the beginning and the story still doesn’t seem to come to an ending.

After at first being promised new 3D emojis, Windows 11 users felt robbed when Microsoft later stated that the new emojis being advertised were not actually coming to the latest OS.

Now the Redmond company shares pictures of yet another revamped emoji and it all comes circling back.

New 3D turtle emoji advertised by Microsoft

Back when this misunderstanding was still at its peak, a Microsoft employee said that it was actually a mistake and the wrong graphics were used to advertise the new feature.

And, as it if wasn’t bad enough already, shortly after people started letting this go, kind of, Microsoft reignited the flame yesterday with a tweet of a 3D turtle.

As you would have expected, this lead to mass confusion, having users wondering why the tech giant keeps promising new-gen emojis, when the ones on Windows 11 are flat.

Even though the new emoji pack isn’t going to be available for the whole operating system, we’re still pretty sure it will become a feature for popular software, such as Teams, or the Office suite.

Microsoft is now in a position where they really need to step their game up in order to keep the OS as they envisioned it, while still providing more accessibility based on customer demand.

But, Windows 11 is still young and a lot can still happen, so we’ll just have to wait and see what new features the Redmond-based tech company will roll out to its Insider channels.

What is your prediction about these new emojis? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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