London, September 15 : Camera phone users may soon be able to scribble notes on the back of the photographs they click as to where a picture was taken, who took it, and who is in the shot.
Nokia of Finland has come up with a new technique that can make it possible.
The company has filed a US patent for the technique that can let users of digital or cellphone cameras make back-of-photo notes for posterity.
After a photograph is clicked, the new technology it can seemingly turn it over to reveal a blank rear side.
The users can then use the keypad to write a note or use a touch-screen stylus to write it in their own handwriting, reports New Scientist magazine.
The note is finally saved with the picture.