There were no details of how, or where, the reported death occurred, or whether the USA had itself confirmed the information, NBC News reported.
Donald Trump was asked by reporters on Wednesday whether the United States had intelligence that Hamza bin Laden was dead, to which the USA president replied: "I don't want to comment on that".
A notice on the United Nations security council website said: "Hamza bin Laden has been given a more prominent role within Al-Qaida, and is considered to have the capability to follow through with his threats".
He is believed to have been born around 1989.
Hamza bin Laden gave his last known public statement to the al-Qaeda group's media arm in 2018, threatening Saudi Arabia with attack and calling for the overthrow of the Saudi monarchy, but has not been heard from since.
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Reports from 2017 also suggested Hamza bin Laden was being groomed to take a leadership role in Al-Qaeda in the next few years. He threatened Saudi Arabia and called on the people of the Arabian peninsula to revolt.
Navy SEALS killed his father in 2011 during a raid on his Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound. Hamza was not found at the site. He also said Hamza bin Laden was "perceived favorably by the jihadi rank-and-file" and could "reunify the global jihadi movement" after ISIS' power was weakened.
Five months ago the U.S. state department announced a $1 million reward for information on his location, and described Hamza bin Laden, who is aged about 30, as an "emerging al-Qaeda leader".
Hamza, believed to be about 30-years-old, was at his father's side in Afghanistan before the September 11 attacks on the USA, and spent time with him in Pakistan after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan pushed much of al Qaeda's senior leadership there, according to the Brookings Institution.
Five months ago, the US State Department released a statement offering a hefty $1million bounty for information leading to Hamza's whereabouts.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment, according to the NBC article.