It’s in the form of an Android keyboard app that gives access to more than 40 specially commissioned Australian icons and phrases. These can be shared from within the app itself or via the OPPO keyboard.
"Emojis are part of our modern culture, with our research showing that three out five Aussies believe emoji has now become the universal language for messaging,” said Michael Tran, CMO at OPPO Mobile Australia. “We're excited to be releasing these emojis to be shared across the nation. We know Aussies will love them, and we're already developing new emojis to be included in the next update."
The first round of emoji covers the nation's culture, wildlife and tucker, icons like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, "Stone the Flamin' Crows", Shrimp on the Barbie, and Budgie Smugglers.