The Samsung font used in the official logo for the famous South Korean consumer electronics company is a professional sans-serif typeface by the name of DDT Condensed. It was designed and created by a font author known as Ray Larabie, and has published via his Typodermic font foundry.
Samsung one of the world’s biggest technology companies was founded by Lee Byung-Chull on March 1, 1938, earning billions of dollars in turnover and producing hundreds of product lines. They were voted the 6th most valuable global brand in 2019. Samsung is a South Korean conglomerate a group of family businesses. The company is known in the world market as a manufacturer of high-tech products. It also develops, manufactures, and sells food products, exports fish, develops textiles, and offers insurance services. Before these activities were established, Samsung was known for its real estate sales.
The Samsung logo is a recognizable symbol of prosperity and innovation, but it also resembles a postage stamp. The Samsung logo has a very simple design. The word “SAMSUNG” is written in the upper case without any distractions or additional elements. The emblem’s dark blue color represents the color of Samsung’s home country, South Korea. The word “SAMSUNG” was placed on an empty background after the 2005 redesign; previously, it was inside a raised oval that was remembered by many owners of Samsung electronics and household appliances. Samsung logo comes in five styles: bold, medium, thin, light, and regular. The font is compatible with all browsers. Due to its Sans Serif characters, this font is categorized as a Sans Serif.