Answer: yes, but pre-pasted wallpaper is becoming increasingly rare.
In trade, you can indeed find wallpaper called "pre-glued". This is a special wallpaper that has a film of glue built into its back, so that you don't have to worry about the bonding part. Just soak the wallpaper in a tray of water (you will need a long tray) for a few seconds to activate the glue, then put it on the wall, and voila. it had its heyday in the 1970s, but since then it has fallen somewhat into disuse, and the supply of pre-glued wallpapers is becoming increasingly scarce. You may have difficulty finding them. Small precision: most of the pre-pasted wallpapers are vinyls.