Competition is looking to push Apple all in on 5G for the 2020 round of iPhones, according to one top analyst.

Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities claims that all three iPhone models in 2020 will feature 5G support, citing increased pressure from Android, according to CNBC. Previously, Kuo said that only two of the models would feature 5G support, with the third model sticking with 4G LTE to keep costs down.

Now, however, 5G support in low-end Android models will likely force Apple into including the next-generation network technology in all of its models next year. The 2019 iPhone models, which will launch in September, are not expected to include 5G support.

Kuo had previously stated that Apple might push for line-wide 5G support by 2020 due to changing consumer demand. By his reasoning, most smartphone consumers will view 5G as a necessity by then. Support for 5G will also be needed to court favor from wireless carriers, who are heavily invested in the new technology. Next year’s iPhones are expected to come in 6.7-inch, 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch sizes, and will feature OLED screens on all models, as opposed to the current models in which OLED is reserved for the high-end XS variants.

5G is currently being rolled out across the U.S. in major markets but is expected to be widespread by 2020. Only a handful of Android phones currently support the technology.

Apple has not officially commented on 5G capabilities for 2020 iPhones.

A 5G antenna is seen at Deutsche Telekom stand on the first day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Feb. 26, 2018. PAU BARRENA/AFP/Getty Images