But Google's burger emoji isn't the only one that has been attacked. As per the report, a new and improved cheeseburger emoji will have the cheese placed atop the patty, as opposed to underneath it. Well they promised to fix the issue and they followed through.
On Tuesday - one month after the ordeal shook foodies everywhere - Emojipedia released Google's updated burger emoji, which is now respectably ordered: bun, lettuce, tomato, cheese, patty, bun. But for now, I think the forgiving process can begin.
The online community got into a frenzy over it, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai caught wind of it, saying that he will "drop everything else" and update the emoji accordingly depending on what everybody - or at least, the majority - agrees on.
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As the Editor in Chief and founder of Emojipedia, as well as the creator of World Emoji Day, it was Burge's solemn duty to discover the second 8.1 developer preview finally fixes everything wrong with the most popular smartphone platform out there.
Emojipedia website states that the hamburger emoji was approved in Unicode 6.0 back in 2010 and was added in Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
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Of course, it has worth noting that these changes in emojis are not final as they are just in developer previews right now, still they are largely expected to stay. The new version will also replace the original version of Google's cheeseburger emoji that had the sitting cheese underneath the patty.
Samsung takes a page from Google's misguided playbook, placing the cheese on top of the lettuce and sending chills down the spine.
The new version had first appeared on Monday following the developer preview of Android 8.1. The beer emoji previously contained drink filled to the half, but froth to the brim - nullifying all physical laws.
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