As we know, the Earth had one super continent at one point in the history of our planet, which eventually broke apart to become what we have today.
Assuming we're talking about a planet near identical to Earth (size, density, distance from sun, similar atmosphere, similar geological processes, etc.), would it be possible for two super continents to have arisen early on (before life progressed into multi-cellular forms), and then stayed separate for 3-4 billion years? Is there some geological process or something else that would prevent this from happening, at least once in the galaxy?
Edits for clarification
I may have not been quite clear about my 'requirements', so a few clarifications.
When I said 'Pangea' I used it as the name we typically give to the super continent that once existed.
I understand that two such continents having existed at some point is entirely possible. My question is more along the lines of 'would it possible for not only those two to have existed at some point, but also to continue to exist for a long period of time such as 3-4 billion years without ever breaking apart or ever coming into contact with each other'.
The reason for the question is, I want to have two intelligent creatures evolve on the two continents separately, and not come into contact with each other until they've evolved into intelligent and sea-faring animals.