Microsoft Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, Lumia 550 and Lumia 650 are the only smartphones from the company that offer out-of-the-box Windows 10 Mobile experience. The Redmond giant is yet to begin the official roll out of its newest mobile OS update. An executive from Microsoft Mexico has apparently revealed that the Windows 10 Mobile update will begin on Feb. 29.

Microsoft had stated that it would be releasing the Windows 10 Mobile OS for eligible devices in December 2015. However, its arrival was postponed to January but it did not come true. In January, it was revealed that the Windows 10 Mobile OS update would be available by late-February.

A Microsoft employee has apparently posted on Microsoft Lumia Facebook page that Windows 10 Mobile update will start from Feb. 29, WM Power User reported. He also added that not all the devices will be receiving the update from the said date. However, it is expected to be a global launch.

The Redmond giant has not released any official statement on the roll out of Windows 10 Mobile update. Hence, the information shared by the Microsoft Mexico employee cannot be completely trusted.

Microsoft is currently working on the stabilizing the performance of the Windows 10 Mobile OS. Hence, it has been consistently releasing newer preview builds to insiders by mainly focusing on performance improvements.

The Redmond giant has officially confirmed that the Windows 10 Mobile will be available for all the smartphones running on Windows Phone 8.1 OS with build 8.10.14219.341 or above.

In order to install the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade, users are required to have 1.5 GB of free internal storage. Also, the battery of the device should have 50 percent of power. Microsoft will release its new software as OTA (over-the-air) update. Hence, users are required to have a stable Wi-Fi internet connection for glitch-free installation of the latest software.