Sensorless bilateral control has been studied to improve fault-tolerance of teleoperation without using torque sensors, position sensors, and other mechanical sensors. However, sensorless control often has less control accuracy due to model errors, parameter variations, and other unexpected factors. Feedback control with some position sensors is practically required for teleoperation. Therefore, this study aims at sensorless bilateral control using Hall ICs. A proposed bilateral control does not necessarily require disturbance observers unlike a conventional method originally using high-resolution sensors. Owing to this advantage, low-resolution sensors are applicable to the proposed bilateral control. Experiments showed that the proposed method succeeded bilateral control using Hall ICs without mechanical sensors, although the conventional control did not work using the low-resolution sensors. Therefore, the proposed method will be able to enhance fault-tolerance of teleoperation systems.