The flag of Bermuda emoji features coat-of-arms of Bermuda on the right side, a Union Jack in the top left, and a red background. The flag was adopted in 1910. Earlier versions of this flag used a blue background.
Codepoints: 1F1E7 1F1F2
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 2.0)
The flag emoji of the British Virgin Islands has a navy blue background with the Union flag displayed in the top left corner. The British Virgin Islands coat of arms is displayed on the right side of the flag emoji.
The flag of Sint Maarten emoji consists of three sections: a white triangle on the left side, a red band on top, and a blue band on the bottom. Inside the white portion is the Sint Maarteen Coat of Arms.
The St. Kitts & Nevis flag emoji shows a green triangle in the upper left corner and a red triangle in the lower right corner. Diagonally centered is a black stripe outlined with thin yellow lines and 2 five-point stars centered on the black line.
It’s up there to your left! The up-left arrow emoji is a directional arrow pointing to the upper left corner of your screen. Use this emoji when you need to refer to something in the upper left direction.
The flag of Australia emoji shows a blue background with a Union Jack in the upper right hand corner. These are six seven-pointed white stars positioned on the blue background. The five stars of the right side make up the Southern Cross constellation.