After Apple gave us an early look at the new emoji coming to iOS later this year, Google is now previewing the new emoji that Android users will get to use soon.
Google says that 65 new emoji are coming with Android Q later this year. They include many of the same emoji that Apple showed off yesterday, but they look slightly different since they're Google designs. There's a sloth, some garlic, a waffle, a service dog, and a Diya lamp.
Google is also supporting 53 emoji with gender inclusive designs. For example, "police officer" is typically shown as male and "person getting haircut" is normally female. With the Android Q update, though, emoji that don't specify gender will default to a gender-ambiguous design. You can still choose male and female versions of this emoji if you'd like.
Finally, Google says that its designed 71 different couples holding hands with different skin tones and hairstyles.
All of these new emoji are launching with Android Q later this year, but if you're in the Android Q Beta Program, you can access them right now.