No, what you’re seeing is not a Joy-Con Nintendo Switch controller, it’s a smartphone fitted with the new Razer Junglecat.
Famed gaming peripherals maker Razer just introduced the Junglecat, an $100 mobile accessory that adds a full game controller to a smartphone.
If you want to play on the go, just attach the two halves of the controller to the phone and open up a game.
Attach the controller dock as well and you can also use it as a game controller for your PC or with non-supported smartphones.
The controller grip is compatible with other smartphones but there is no iOS support whatsoever.
Junglecat promises a 100 hour battery life, charges via USB-C and uses Bluetooth to connect to phones.
Addressing lag concerns, Razer says that “in either mode, the Razer Junglecat connects over low energy Bluetooth, with a low latency response, essential in the difference between delivering the clutch blow or suffering a knockout punch”.
Find it in the Razer store.