This publication describes systems and techniques for dynamically altering clock signal frequencies in low-temperature polysilicon metal oxide (LTPO) active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays. In an aspect, a display manager may identify a refresh rate implemented by an operating system of an electronic device, as well as a use case enacted by a user. As a result of the identification, the display manager can implement a suitable clock signal frequency for self-refresh operations. By dynamically altering clock signal frequencies, the display manager can reduce the number of transactions (e.g., passing high signals, passing low signals) in display panel circuitry associated with self-refresh operations. In so doing, the display manager can dynamically alter clock signal frequencies in LTPO AMOLED displays to reduce power consumption without degrading user experience.
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Choi, Sangmoo and Kang, Frank, "Dynamically Altering Clock Signal Frequencies in LTPO AMOLED Displays", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 12, 2021)