The 📶 emoji is commonly used to represent a cellular or
mobile phone signal, indicating the strength or quality of
the connection. It can also be used to indicate Wi-Fi
The 📶 emoji features five vertical bars of varying
lengths, representing the signal strength of an antenna.
The bars may be filled in, partially filled, or empty,
depending on the strength of the signal being received.
|What situaitions use it?
Sharing a screenshot of mobile or Wi-Fi signal
strength to show the quality of the connection
Discussing or complaining about poor signal strength
in a particular location or on a particular carrier
Indicating that a message or call was lost due to poor
Sharing information about the availability of cellular
or Wi-Fi service in a particular area
- Indicating that a device is connected to Wi-Fi
Be aware that the number of bars shown in the emoji
does not necessarily correspond exactly to the actual
signal strength or quality of your connection.
Remember that the emoji may be interpreted differently
depending on context and cultural differences.
The shape of the emoji may look different depending
on the platform or device.
The 📶 Signal Symbol Emoji was added as part of Unicode
6.0 in 2010.
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