We recently learned that a single emoji can have different meanings depending on what device or platform you and the person you're communicating with are using. A lot of people overlook this because of the simple fact that they've never used an iPhone or Samsung device. Let's take a look at five major manufacturers and find out which have the best and worst emoji.
Do you prefer driving or action-adventure games?
Choose Driving or Action-adventure.
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From Apple's attempts at realism – seemingly a lazy hangover from its more skeuomorphic days – to Google's hilariously oddball creations, the emoji we use vary widely in appearance, and thus interpretation, across different platforms.
Google's are almost certain to be taken more humorously, while HTC's maintain a pale, slightly tranquilized gaze that is unnerving in a deep and obscure way. Samsung's, on the other hand, have that glossy pride that hints at a simpler world but also feels more than a little tacky.
These are just my takes, of course, what I really want are your opinions. Spread your gaze over the table I've laboriously pieced together and vote on which platform you think has the best and the worst emoji.
The hats are in the ring, let's emojiwrestle.
How do they all make you feel? Let me know in the comments.