Mobile systems will increasingly feature emerging OLED displays, whose power consumption is highly dependent on the image content. Existing OLED power-saving techniques change users' visual experience or degrade images' visual quality in exchange for power reduction, or seek a chance to also enhance image quality by employing a compound objective function. This paper presents a win-win scheme that always enhances image quality and reduces power consumption simultaneously. We define metrics to assess the profit and the cost for potential image enhancement and power reduction. Then, we propose algorithms that ensure the transformation of images into their quality-enhanced power-saving versions. Finally, the proposed scheme is realized as a practical camera application on mobile devices. The results of experiments conducted on a commercial tablet with a popular image database are very encouraging and provide valuable insights for future research and practices.