The down arrow emoji is a bold white arrow pointing directly down and is displayed against a grey box backdrop. Use this emoji to point out where something is or indicate that something is on a downhill turn.
Codepoints: 2B07 FE0F
Introduced: April, 2003 in Unicode version 4.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
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 Nepal flag emoji shows 2 red triangular figures attached vertically with a blue outline. There is a white half-moon emblem and half sun combination icon towards the lower portion of the top triangle and a white 12-point sun centered in the middle of the lower triangle.
Go around it, and keep climbing up. The right arrow curving up emoji is a directional emoji pointing to the top right of your screen. Use this emoji when you want to point to something or give direction to go around something.
The flag of Philippines emoji displays a blue stripe on top and a red stripe on the bottom. Connecting the 2 stripes is a white triangle with 3 small yellow stars in each corner of the triangle. There is a yellow sun in the middle of the white triangle as well.