Emoji color mechanisms could potentially be defined as part of Unicode Emoji 13.0. The topic will be discussed at the upcoming July UTC meeting. Specific proposals for new colored emoji characters will not be taken up until the fundamental color mechanism has been established.
For more information, see the Working Draft for Proposed Update UTS #51: Unicode Emoji, section 2.9 “Color”.
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